<table><tr><td>On Saturday, September 12, 2009 at 5 p.m., New York City Anarchist Black Cross will host the second annual NYC off-shoot of the continental Anarchist Black Cross Federation's Running Down the Walls. The 8-mile bike ride to Fort Tilden beach is to celebrate the end of summer while raising much-needed funds for the ABCF's Warchest program and the New York chapter of the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement.
<table><tr><td>Here's an interesting bit by a Greek anarchist blogger : She prepared a list of the various anarchist arsonist groups that operate all over the country, all with funny names full of revolutionary humor!
<a href="http://merrybaby.squat.gr/2009/08/07/%ce%bc%ce%b9%ce%b1-%ce%bc%ce%b9%ce%... in Greek</a>
<table><tr><td>A translation of a FARJ document explaining the process by which people seeking to get involved in the activities of the Federação Anarquista do Rio de Janeiro can do so.
It has been translated in to English as a matter of interest for groups which operate with different levels of involvement, such as that of supporters and members. Readers may also find the FARJ document on the Concentric Circles of the specific anarchist organisation relevant.
<b>How does the structure of FARJ militants function?</b>
<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://www.anarkismo.net/article/11668">Anarkismo</a>
A letter from a social class struggle anarchist written a couple of weeks after the December Uprising offers a criticism on the Greek anarchist movement, indicating the need for a more theoretical and ideological approach to revolution, particularly criticizing the "mindless" use of violence. What's your take, do you agree or disagree?
<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2009/06/432100.html">Indymedia UK</a>
<strong>We must put more effort into translating revolutionary literature, but also street news, into more languages.</strong>
<table><tr><td>Early this morning, thousands of students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill found that their campus newspaper, the Daily Tar Heel, had printed a “special anti-racist issue” for the first day of fall classes. The front page carried articles about how the national co-founder of a local student group, Youth for Western Civilization (YWC), plead guilty to a hate crime earlier this year, as well as several articles covering the successful protests against YWC last year and the consequent resignation of that group’s adviser.
<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://www.chicagoreader.com/chicago/dark-roast-with-a-whiff-of-anarchy/... Reader</a>
<strong>With his trusty Bean Boss, Resistance Coffee's David Meyers may have started a DIY roasting revolution.</strong>
"I do not love roasting coffee," says David Meyers. "I don't want to spend my life doing this. I only want to do it one or two days a week."
<table><tr><td>From <a href="http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_13185797">Denver Post</a>
The only other demonstration Cecil Bethea ever attended was a 1970 protest at the Colorado Capitol of the shootings at Kent State.
So the 81-year-old jumped at the chance to watch for a few minutes last Aug. 25 when a group of anarchists squared off against police in Civic Center between the Capitol and the Denver City and County Building.