<table><tr><td>HAMILTON – June 6th 2009 Anarchists and other anti-capitalists took to the streets in solidarity with the Mohawks of Akwesasne and against police and state repression. Around 45 people gathered in the late afternoon with flags and banners to march through downtown and distribute literature. The demonstration came together in response to the police siege in Akwesasne and their attempts at repression locally.
<table><tr><td>Pink and Black Attack, an anti-assimilationist queer anarchist periodical based out of Olympia, WA, is looking for submissions for our third issue. Our deadline for submissions is JULY 15TH. The issue will be out in August. We are looking for analytical pieces, personal essays, action reports, art and news. Please e-mail submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you're not familiar with Pink and Black Attack, here are the links to our previous issues:
<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/ent/arts/theater/6475240.html">Chron...
If you read the New York Times during the 1980s and 1990s, the selection of linoleum prints by the late Richard Basil Mock, on view at Redbud Gallery, might look familiar.
<table><tr><td>"Two hundred people dine together to keep the works of Debord in France"
The countdown has begun. And time is passing quickly. Ever since 29 January , when the Minister of Culture, Christine Albanel, classified the archives of Guy Debord (1931-1994), leader of the situationist movement, as a "national treasure," the State has had 30 months to raise the money necessary to acquire [for the Bibliotheque nationale de France] the assets inventoried by the Parisian bookseller Benoit Forgeot.
<table><tr><td>After its debut at the SF and NYC bookfairs, we're happy to offer up the final run, all cleaned up and freshly dropped on the internet.
read it here:
low res for slower connex here:<br>
<table><tr><td>THE COMING INSURRECTION has been labeled a "manual for terrorism" by the French government, who recently arrested its alleged authors.
Philosopher Giorgio Agamben has called the book "one of the most intelligent works of our time," and numerous commentators have seen it as a heir to the legacy of situationist Guy Debord. Meanwhile, bootleg translations have circulated around the world and passages from the book appeared on the walls of Athens during last December's uprising.
<table><tr><td>Before the Big Change
It is a testament to the horror, the boundless horror of capitalism, that after decades of its triumph, of changelessness, of the end of history, of a famine of other possible futures even in the minds of children, that those of us alive today who will see this world change forever cannot count ourselves lucky. We stand at the brink, and all the petty squabbles, all political programs and narrow affinities fall into insignificance.