<table><tr><td><a href="http://www.anchoragepress.com/articles/2009/08/05/arts_and_entertainment... Press</a> - by Dawnell Smith
To a 21st-century global community of cell phone-using, iPod-listening, Black Eyed Peas-humming, Internet-fuming zealots like us, a theater piece about 19th-century anarchists might sound anachronistic, if not boring.
<table><tr><td><em>Thodoris Iliopoulos is a prisoner of the Greek state. Here’s a new letter by him written whilst in the Korydalos prison.</em>
Wednesday 5 August
On the day I learnt that they’d extend my ‘temporary’ imprisonment by six months I took the decision to begin my hunger strike; to fight by the only means I still have, my own body.
<table><tr><td>The Zeitgeist Movement is now ubiquitous. Everywhere I turn, I hear alienated youth having dialogue about this phenomenon, and I opened a local free newspaper recently to find an article about college dropouts who drive a bus around the country promoting the movement’s ideas.
<table><tr><td><i>Perspectives on Anarchist Theory</i>, the journal of the Institute for Anarchist Studies (IAS), is calling for submissions that address climate change and the current economic crisis from radical and revolutionary positions. We see the ecological crisis as an indictment of dominant social structures. With this in mind, we would like to publish essays exploring this moment as an opportunity to radically restructure society for the better.
<table><tr><td>by an alleyway tranarchist...
<table><tr><td>Been some nasty drama going on and I decided to write something when FNB got called "white supremacist." If these people aren't cops they are missing a good check!!!
As a person of color who has bleed and sweated to build the Food Not Bombs and peace movement in Chicago I have never read anything more stupid or offensive coming out of the anarchist movement.