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Angela from #Chile, during a #FridaysForFuture press conference at the #COP25.

The Hambi Bleibt Mastodon account published the following words, spoken by Angela from Chile, during a Fridays For Future press conference at the COP 25 in Madrid. The transscript might contain some errors but we include the full video of the press conference so you can hear what she exactly said by yourself (at the bottom of the page). We also included a few other speakers of the press conference.

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Fifth statement by the “Federación Anarquista #Santiago” on the social uprising in #Chile

Chile. What follows is the fifth statement of the “Federación Anarquista Santiago”. More than one and a half month after the start of the revolt.

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Voices of #Notara26 Interviews from the struggle in #Exarcheia. Part 8: “Everywhere I look I see a story”

This is part eight in a series of interviews with people involved in the Notara 26 squat in Exarcheia, Athens. The struggle for the free spaces here is made up of people with very different backgrounds, life stories and ideas. We aim to record people’s own words without imposing our views – though of course we can’t escape our own perspectives, or the limits of translation. You will find the other interviews here.

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Voices of #Notara26 Interviews from the struggle in #Exarcheia. Part 7: “Here we sleep well, me and my daughter”

This is part seven in a series of interviews with people involved in the Notara 26 squat in Exarcheia, Athens. The struggle for the free spaces here is made up of people with very different backgrounds, life stories and ideas. We aim to record people’s own words without imposing our views – though of course we can’t escape our own perspectives, or the limits of translation. You will find the other interviews here.

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The Ex-Worker: #72: Radio #Evasión—Dispatches from #Chile Part 3

Chile. CrimethInc podcast about Narratives of daily conflict and an Anarchist analysis. Episodio en español descargable.

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#SubMedia: What Is Property?

Video by SubMedia. All power structures are rooted in ideology. A shared belief in this ideology is what keeps the structures of power in place. Under capitalism, the edifice of social control is built on the collective illusion of private property, and the sanctity of the so-called ‘free market’.

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From Embers: Climate Mobilizations in #Vancouver

From Embers is a regular show about anarchist and anti-authoritarian politics in so-called Canada based in Kingston, Ontario.  We are part of the Channel Zero Anarchist Podcast Network.

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The Final Straw Radio: Colonization and Revolt: E. Ornelas on the Radical Potentials of LeGuin’s “The Word for World is Forest”

This week we are pleased to present a paper given at the 2019 north american anarchist studies network that took place this year in Atlanta Georgia by e ornelas who presents a thoroughly de-colonial reading of Ursula K. LeGuin’s novel The Word for World is Forest. The paper is entitled “If You Wait, It Is We That Will be Burned: Exploring Violence and Resistance in Ursula LeGuins The Word for World is Forest”.

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The Savage Beauty of the Ukranian Anarchists

It’s not surprising no one heard about this. On October 27, 2019, a group of anarchists crept through the night in the Ukrainian city of Donetsk and placed an explosive device beneath a mobile cell-tower. It was detonated remotely, nobody was injured, and the tower was completely destroyed. In a leaflet scattered after the bombing, the anarchists explain that “this was done to draw the attention to the inhuman tortures in the basements of the MGB (Ministry of State Security of “Donbass People’s Republic”). Abuses and tortures with electric wires in the “people’s” republics has become an everyday normality.” Undoubtedly, the Russian FSB assumed these anarchists were CIA agents. However much they might wish this to be true, they’re incorrect. The bombers were indeed anarchists.

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