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From Embers: A Year At 1492 Land Back Lane

After a hiatus, the anarchist podcast From Embers has re-launched this month. From Embers is a regular show about anarchist and anti-authoritarian politics in so-called Canada based in Kingston, Ontario. 

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From Embers: Fairy Creek [Kingston, Ontario]

From Embers is a regular show about anarchist and anti-authoritarian politics in so-called Canada based in Kingston, Ontario. This episode: Fairy Creek.

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Raoul Vaneigem: Appeal from a partisan of individual and collective autonomy

The text that follows was an intervention by Raoul Vaneigem on the Oaxaca “Commune” of 2006 whose resonances extend well beyond the events here referred to, with the insurrection in colombia coming directly to mind.

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We Are Now: The Story of an Armed No-Cop Zone in Atlanta [Video]

On the night of June 12, 2020, Atlanta police officers murdered Rayshard Brooks, a 27-year-old Black man, at a Wendy’s in south Atlanta, Georgia. This took place immediately following the high point of the countrywide uprising in which people responded to the murders of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Breonna Taylor in Louisville, and countless other Black people around the United States. In response, a new wave of protest and revolt broke out across Atlanta, in which the Wendy’s burned to the ground. Armed Black demonstrators occupied the site of the Wendy’s, mourning for Rayshard Brooks and seeking to create spaces of Black empowerment.

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Report of the nights: Repression in Bogotá

Bogotá. Colombia. May 15. 2021. As usual, a new night of repression was experienced in the country’s capital, Bogotá, on May 12. In an almost synchronous operation, the different demonstration points were violently attacked by security forces.

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Bucaramanga, Colombia: The strike continues

Colombia. Bucaramanga. May 11. 2021. For almost two weeks, citizens have been mobilized through cultural expressions that have filled the days of protest organized during the National Strike in the city. Marches, concerts, community kitchens and educational workshops have all contributed to a strong mobilization that continues in spite of the state terrorism against those who protest.

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Twelve days of Resistance in Colombia

Colombia. May 9. 2021. The National Strike is now in its 12th day. The social explosion unleashed by the project of a new Tax Reform in the country has left the streets full of people painting, dancing and shouting “No More” to the failed government of Iván Duque and the policies of death and violence that have been implemented, and which have worsened during these days of social mobilization.

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Leaving the SPVM Behind to Attack a High-Tech Hub: A Promising Anti-Capitalist May Day [Montreal, Quebec]

Montreal. QC. This May Day, Montreal’s annual anti-capitalist demonstration organized by the CLAC gathered in Jarry Park under the theme “No old normal, no new normal”. It was a sunny late afternoon, and the energy was high amid the banners and black flags as the demo began to snake through the residential streets of Villeray.

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