Anarchist professor drops appeal, will leave Yale

  • Posted on: 7 December 2005
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- A professor and outspoken anarchist has agreed to leave Yale University this spring, ending an appeal over whether his termination was politically motivated.<br><br>

David Graeber, one of the world's leading social anthropologists, said he will teach two classes next semester, then take a yearlong paid sabbatical after which he will not return.<br><br>

December 9th-- International Day of Solidarity with Mehmet Tarhan

  • Posted on: 3 December 2005
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td><strong>December 9th-- International Day of Solidarity with Mehmet Tarhan</strong>

On Friday, December 9th, people all over the world will protest and demonstrate in defense of, and in solidarity with, Mehmet Tarhan. There are planned demonstrations in cities throughout Turkey, Germany, England, Poland, Italy, Serbia, Scotland, Holland, and the United States!

Train in Vain? Part Three: A critique of our efforts to foment a "social strike" on SF's MUNI Transit system

  • Posted on: 2 December 2005
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>The recent effort to foment a "self-reduction" movement on MUNI against the Sept. 1st Fare hike, service cuts, and intensified exploitation of MUNI operators was in part insipred by similar actions a few years ago in Chicago. These efforts were intitiated by a group called Midwest Unrest. Info about their effort, "Fight or Walk," can be found <a href="">here: </a><br><br>

Train in Vain, part two: recent actions to foment a "social strike" on SF's Muni transit system

  • Posted on: 25 November 2005
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td><em>In the first part of this article, available on this site, I described how in response to an anarchist-initiated effort called Muni Social Strike, which aimed at fomenting joint action between MUNI riders and operators against fare hikes and service cuts, a Leninist-led effort with a comically similar name, called Muni Fare Strike, emerged and positioned itself to the immediate political right of the anarchist effort. It was like Muni Social Strike with all the anti-capitalist aspirations shaved off.</em><br><br>

Statement of Polytechnic School of Athens Squat

  • Posted on: 23 November 2005
  • By: worker

<table><tr><td>On 17th of November, during the anniversary of the revolt against the greek dictatorship (1973) in Thessaloniki, several people were arrested and violently beaten by the greek police, either on their way to the place that the demonstration was taking place or even just for being perceived as suspicious to the police for taking part in the riots. One of the arrested, Vangelis Gousoulis, 30 years old, was violently beaten by the police for 6 hours and was found dead in his house under “undefined�