Support the Convergence in Support of Eco-prisoners and Against Toxic Prisons - June 11-13

  • Posted on: 4 April 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

We are launching a crowdfunding campaign to raise $3000 to help bring former political prisoners, family members and supporters of current prisoners to the Convergence in Support of Eco-Prisoners and Against Toxic Prisons. It is essential to have these voices present in DC and we want to ensure they don't have to exhaust there own limited funds to get there.

Click here to donate: https://www.generosity.com/community-fundraising/help-us-converge-in-d-c...

To Spread the Revolution: Anarchist Archives and Libraries

  • Posted on: 3 April 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Kate Sharpely Library - by Jessica Moran

For anarchists—those defined in the most general terms as believing in a political and social theory of society without government and through voluntary relationships—the written and published word has been central to their movement. From early on, anarchists in the United States and Europe published and collected their ideas and written work. This published literature was one of the main sources of anarchist propaganda and a means to communicate and spread ideas. Newspapers, pamphlets, and, books were instrumental in sharing and documenting the philosophies and actions of the anarchist movement; anarchist libraries were a natural continuation and followed shortly thereafter.

Many early English language anarchist periodicals produced pamphlet series, often with some sort of anarchist library subtitle. For example, early American journals such as Liberty, Free Society, and Mother Earth had pamphlet series called the “Liberty Library,” “Free Society Library,” and the “Mother Earth Library. The long-running English anarchist paper Freedom also maintained a pamphlet series called the “Freedom Library.”

Anarchist Critique of The PKK

  • Posted on: 3 April 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From Syndicalist Communizing

If you consider yourself to be on the radical left side of politics, be it Marxist, Anarchist, what have you, you have probably been bombarded for the last year with talk about things like “The PKK” and “The YPG”, or “The YPJ”. These are all part of the Syrian Kurdish movement that has come to power in a few cantons in the middle east, the canton mentioned the most easily being the region of Kobane witch has been a front for the Kurdish fighters against the forces of Islamic State. The reaction the broad left has given this movement is one of intense support. Any statements critical of the movement are immediately attacked. Afed put out an article in December 2014 heavily criticizing the movement which is now taken down.

Tomorrow (3.4.): International Live Anarchist Radio Broadcast (2-6pm CET)

  • Posted on: 2 April 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

On Sunday, the 3rd of April 2016, the 17 projects of the International Gathering of Anarchist and Anti-authoritarian Radios that is taking place in Berlin, Germany, will do a 4 hour live radio broadcast that can be listen to through an online stream (links below!).

This is a Call to Action Against Slavery in America

  • Posted on: 1 April 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

From SupportPrisonerResistance.net - Prisoners from across the United States have just released this call to action for a nationally coordinated prisoner workstoppage against prison slavery to take place on September 9th, 2016.

Get it as zine PDF.

This is a Call to Action Against Slavery in America

Political Prisoner Birthday Poster For April 2016 Is Now Available

  • Posted on: 31 March 2016
  • By: prisonbooks
Political Prisoner Birthday Poster April 2016

Hello Friends and Comrades,
Here is the political prisoner birthday poster for April.(11"x17" PDF, 1.8MB) Print it out and plaster your community, both in commemoration of these freedom fighters and to advertise locally for a political prisoner letter writing night.

A Breif and Disorganized Rant on Security Culture for Insurrectionary Anarchists.

  • Posted on: 31 March 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

If you think you are an insurrectionary hard ass, please show me, don't tell me.

At least stop insisting that your rhetoric be included in totally insecure organizing conversations we're having. Save it for anonymous internet comments or other places where anonymity maybe kind of exists. Thank you.

Seriously, why can't people express their support for riots (or whatever) with their actions, instead of their statements? What do you people have against plausible deniability? Why so scared to navigate the choppy waters of liberalism?

Spain: Monica and Francisco sentenced to 12 Years

  • Posted on: 30 March 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

It was just announced that Monica and Francisco, two comrades arrested in Barcelona in November, 2013, and accused of terrorism, just a couple years after being fully acquitted of similar charges in Chile, have been sentenced to 12 years imprisonment, after having already been locked up over two years awaiting trial.

Text by anarchist prisoners Alexandros Mitrousias and Giorgos Karagiannidis – Koridallos prisons -Greece

  • Posted on: 30 March 2016
  • By: thecollective

We ought to share some observations, because in the
management of judicial cases that concern the actions of the
organization as a whole as well as other joined cases, the state
authorities use a series of legal tactics. We think that it is somewhat
important to submit the experience that has been gained after 5 years of
us continuously being in a judicial process, convicted and indicted at
the same time.

(A-Radio) Experiences of an anarchist prisoner on how to survive jail in Belarus

  • Posted on: 30 March 2016
  • By: Anonymous (not verified)

As Anarchist Radio Berlin we present an audio recording of a former anarchist prisoner in Belarus who tells about his experiences in jail and how he survived.

The following recording has been made by the Anarchist Group Dortmund (in cooperation with A-Radio Berlin) during a presentation on March 6, 2016.

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