On December 5th of 2015 we will host the third annual East Bay Anarchist Bookfair: where we will present the projects and people who have comprised the East Bay Anarchist community for decades. Our website is at http://eastbayanarchist.com
From Tre Bitch Times
We aim to get as much information as possible out of the cold hands of the academy and the clouded language of history and put it back into common usage. This is perhaps naïve and doomed to fail for a number of reasons, but we’re interested in trying nonetheless.
September 26, 2014 in Iguala, Guerrero. I was up late as usual since I work night shift. I slowly got word of something happening there and like many stories of violence in Mexico, I assumed it was just another case of cartel violence. Freelance and at the time unknown journalists made their way there as the word spread that something major had happened. I remember the first photo that surfaced, the bodies of two Ayotzinapa students on the rain soaked streets in Iguala.
By David Van Deusen
“The chains of authoritarianism and capitalism can only be shattered when they are broken at many links. Vermont is our home, and it serves as the one link that we can access, but it is only one. Any victory here would only be partial. Deliverance to the Promised Land will only come when many more than us rise up against that which holds the multitude in bondage.”
-The Green Mountain Anarchist Collective,
From Neither Washington Nor Stowe
To view this video visit http://www.submedia.tv/stimulator/2015/09/26/erase-borders/
This week we look at the dire fuckin situation of people escaping war and abusive governments for the relative safety of the global north. On the break Rebel Diaz and Dead Prez remake the classic “Which Side Are You On?” Our featured interview is with Erin Gallagher a journalist with Revolution News, who tells us about “PeñaBots”, fake Twitter accounts that attack free speech in Mexico.