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Brooklyn, NY: Communique From The Gym Collective On Brutal NYPD Eviction Of Mutual Aid Hub

Report from The Gym, a mutual aid network in Brooklyn, New York, about the recent reclamation of a vacant property for use as a mutual aid hub and subsequent eviction by the NYPD.

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15th New York City Anarchist Book Fair 2021 – October 2-3, 2021

NYC. This year’s NYC Anarchist Bookfair will be held both in-person and virtually online.  Meet us OUTSIDE in person on Saturday, October 2, at a Community Garden for an awesome exhibit of anarchist cultural materials plus festivities, from films, books, and zines, to art, performances, and bikes.

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Anarchist Prisoners Mónica and Francisco: Against Sectarianism – For an Affinity Supported in Practice [Chile]

Chile. Statement by anarchist prisoners Mónica Caballero Sepúlveda and Francisco Solar Domínguez.

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Solidarity fund for the persecuted militants and revolutionaries (Athens, Greece)

Athens. Greece. We actively support and collectively stand against the litigations, the court expenses and the fines that burden hundreds of militants. Contribute to our struggle, so that we ensure no comrade is left alone.

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Athens: A response to police harassment in Viktoria and their lies about the incident on 20/07/2021

Athens. Greece. On the 20th of July 2021, during a public and open movie screening on the rooftop of squat Zizania, we saw the police on the street below carrying out another of their racist and discriminatory checks on drug users in Fylis. When we confronted them with slogans from the rooftop, they started harassing by pointing flashlights and shouting at us. Some comrades spontaneously threw one empty bottle and a stone which landed on the street. This action came from people whose anger boiled over from the daily racist violence they see and experience from the Greek police; people who can no longer watch passively while another person is harassed because the police considers them a lesser human.

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Manila, Philippines: Protest against Police killings and oppression [Video]

Manila. Philippines. A peaceful and creative event in protest against police killings and oppression.

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Research: Will civilization collapse in 2040?

A controversial 1972 MIT study, The Limits to Growth, predicted the collapse of civilization – and new research confirms the gloomy scenarios.

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Letter from Giannis Dimitrakis

Greece. A letter from anarchist prisoner Giannis Dimitrakis. Back in May he was attacked at Domokos prison and hospitalized. There is currently a fundraiser for him through Firefund.

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The “ecological transformation” between the command of capital, the erosion of the subject and new antagonisms

The “ecological transition” has suddenly acquired an unprecedented degree of centrality within Italian institutional politics. It is configured first and foremost as a new field of economic recovery, characterized by the rhetoric of growth and development, on its way representation of simultaneous rupture and continuity with the environmental policies of previous decades. On the one hand, in fact, it confirms the already widely discussed model according to which the ecological crisis and environmental damage have stopped being limits to the accumulation of capital and instead become new opportunities for profit and investment, in short, new space and engine of accumulation. On the other hand, this field of ecological exploitability occupies a particularly central role in the, I dare to say, desperate response to an unprecedented systemic crisis, exacerbated by the Covid 19 pandemic.

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