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The #Anarchism of Blackness–Review of Zoe Samudzi & William C. Anderson, “As Black as Resistance; Finding the Conditions for Liberation.”

There are almost no books on anarchism and African-American liberation, which makes this an exceptional work. It places racial oppression at the center of U.S. society, interacting and overlapping with all other forms of oppression and exploitation. The strengths and weaknesses of the work are reviewed.

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Enough is Enough Info-Café: “The Internet should not be the only space in which we work in collectives”

We believe that neighborhood work is an immensely important factor in organizing a better world and have therefore decided to open an info café in the Nordstadt district in Wuppertal, German territory.

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December Seeds – A short film for the Greek revolt (2008)

“December seeds”is a hybrid documentary about the December 2008 revolt in Greece. This article is part of our 10 years after police murder on Alexis series.

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The case of the #Moria 35 #Lesvos : A 15-month timeline of injustice and impunity

Latest news of the monthly reports about the Moria 35. Updates29th November 2018. A timeline.

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Direct Action and Repression: Update on the Anti-Mining Struggle in #Kouaoua, #NewCaledonia

Some news regarding the ongoing struggle against French nickel mining company SLN in the southwest Pacific ‘French Overseas Territory’ of so-called New Caledonia.

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#Canada Post: “There is talk of defying the back to work legislation, but that has yet to be determined”

The last 37 days have seen a wave of strikes and occupations at postal facilities across Canada, as the Canadian Union of Postal Workers looks to negotiate a new contract with Canada Post. The biggest days of action were yesterday and the day before, with strikes and/or occupations in Halifax, Deer Lake, Moncton, Edmonton, Mississauga, Thunder Bay, and Truro, among other cities, and blockades at transportation hubs in Toronto.

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South Africa: All the Homes on the #eKhanana Land Occupation were Destroyed Today

South Africa: Statement by Abahlali baseMjondolo about todays illegal, armed and violent attacks by the eThekwini Municipality.

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Alfredo M. Bonanno: Revolution, violence, anti-authoritarianism

Alfredo M. Bonanno: Revolution, violence, anti-authoritarianism. A few notes.

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10 years after police murder on #Alexis: We are an image from the future – The Greek revolt of December 2008

In our series 10 years after police murder on Alexis we publish “We are an image from the future: the Greek revolt of December 2008” a collection of interviews, recollections, communiqués and articles about the December 2008 uprising in Greece in the wake of the murder of Alexis Grigoropoulos by the police in Athens.

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#HambacherForest: Open letter by the relatives of #SteffenMeyn

We feel with the relatives of Steffen/ Sonne #SteffenMeyn, who in this Open Letter to NRW state Prime Minister Armin Laschet and Minister of the Interior Herbert Reul express their thoughts and feelings about their experiences.

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