Two essays by Emma Goldman.
Amsterdam November 10: The Anarchist Bookfair continues for a second edition!
Far-right groups with ties to Neo-Nazis known as the “Proud Boys” and the “Three Percenters” are planning to attend a rally in Philadelphia on November 17th called “We the People”.
Amsterdam: Today, October 17, the Mobiele Eenheid, a collective of involved Amsterdammers, occupied the old Gedempt Hamerkanaal 86. The building has been empty for over a year without any concrete plans for use in the near future. We plan to transform this badly maintained building into a non-commercial social center; a space by and for people to come together, exchange ideas and skills, work collectively and actively influence the developments in the city.
Body-cams, preventive surveillance of your communication and manipulation of data, DNA analyses for racial profiling, and unlimited preventive detention without the right to a public defender: Bavaria’s new police-assignment legislation (PAG) has it all.
Putting aside for the time being the problems raised by the popular insurrection in China, limiting ourselves to as objective as possible an analysis of the insurrectional processes in course of development in various countries in Eastern Europe and the borders of the Soviet empire, we must make one further distinction right away.
Kurdish activists, members of the Kongra Star women’s rights movement in Rojava, have solidarized with the struggle of Croatian women against dehumanizing hospital practices in the context of reproductive health by making their own contribution to the current campaign #PrekimoimoŠutnju (#BreakTheSilence).
No agreement on the location of the Ende Gelände protest camp – Lawsuit against police decision planned – Thousands on their way to coal blockades in the Rhineland.
Berlin: After the demo for Liebig 34 with 3000 people on September 29, more actions are announced.
Statement about the current situation in Brazil by Coordenação Anarquista Brasileira (CAB).