anarcho-feminism

Amsterdam: report back from the 8th of March squatting action

The squats!

from squat.net

Today, in honor of 8th of March, we, Anarcha-Feminist Group Amsterdam, organized squatting action with demonstration. Due to security concerns, it was organized silently, sharing call-out in private channels. Despite this, more that 60 comrades came to support our action! 3 banners (“Woman life freedom”, “Sex work is work”, “destroy patriarchy, fight capitalism, smash the state”) were dropped with flares from the windows of the squatted building. Police were present, but no one was arrested.

March 8th, 2021: Anarcho-Queer feminists are taking back the streets

The streets!

from Athens Indymedia, via Enough is enough!

Tomorrow (today, Enough 14), the 8th of March, we call for the noon demo at 1pm on Klaythmonos square with our own block, while we also individually support and participate in the evening feminist fathering and demo that will follow, at 5.30pm at Syntagma.

First installment of La Madeja, Anarcofeminist fanzine

via The Free

Created by the anarcho-feminist affinity group Moiras.

The objective of this publication is to serve as a tool for reflection in the field of anarcho-feminist thought with a view to its organizational impulse. To Analyze the diversity of ideas present, to generate agreements, synthesis, cohesion, join forces, following the guide of some principles from which the Moiras group has been formed. This affinity group remains as the permanent writing team in charge of adapting the content to the specific line outlined in this first installment. Text contributions will be accepted from a number yet to be determined, and artistic and literary contributions, preferably by women. The maximum diffusion to the publication is appreciated.

Anarcho-feminists at the dawn of the 20th century

from Píkara, English translation by The Free

by Araceli Pulpillo

La Revista Blanca (The White Magazine), with a fortnightly circulation and fundamentally individualist anarchist content, was born in 1898. In both its stages you could read texts by anarchist writers and workers.

Manifesto of the Anarchofeminist Libertarian Front

From FLARJ via El Libertario

The AnarchoFeminist Libertarian Front (in)surges from the roots of the Río de Janeiro metropolis. An autonomous and horizontal organization with the objective of strengthening and promoting the spread of the anarchist proposal and of direct action against patriarchy.

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