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Black Armed Joy: Some Notes Towards a Black Theory of Insurrectionary Anarchy

This essay is dedicated to the memory of our revolutionary elder, theorist, and warrior Russell Maroon Shoatz 

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Scenes From the Atlanta Forest: Reeves Young and APF Employees Forced Out Of Forest Machinery Attacked

Atlanta. Georgia. Today a bulldozer and three employees (One being Alan WIlliams, the project manager with the APF) attempted to destroy the forest.

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Introducing: Jersey Counter-Info

Jersey Counter-Info is a counter-information platform to promote and spread anti-authoritarian, anti-capitalist, anti-fascist, abolitionist, and other radical ideas, news, and events in occupied Lenapehoking or so-called “New Jersey” and the surrounding areas.

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January 6: First as Farce, Next Time as Tragedy? – What If We Knew We Would Face Another Coup?

What if we knew that we would face the same situation that occurred on January 6 again, but with Trump and his supporters better prepared for it? How would we prepare?

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Witch Bloc Disrupts Blackhall Studio’s Business As Usual to Defend the Atlanta Forest

Atlanta. Georgia. Report on recent action against the destruction of the Atlanta forest. 

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Resistance To Defend Atlanta Forest From ‘Cop City’ Continues Despite Police Raid

Atlanta. Georgia. Last week, law enforcement raided a growing protest encampment set up in defense of the Atlanta forest. Both police and Blackhall Studios (behind such high profile movies as Venom and Jumanji), are hoping to bulldoze parts of the Atlanta forest to build a state of the art police training center and expand existing movie production space for Blackhall.

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Guerrilla Bay Area: On The Endless Crimewave

It’s been building for a while, this feeling that the world is ours. Hard to say exactly when it started, but we’ll just declare the summer of 2020 is when it cracked wide open, for everyone. There were protests, marching in the street, waiting for jury verdicts, but then there was also looting, lots of looting. In fact, there was way more looting than symbolic protests, especially in the San Francisco Bay Area. 

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A Statement from Charlottesville Anti-Fascists in the Wake of Sines v. Kessler

Charlottesville. Virginia. A statement by anti-fascists from Charlottesville in the wake of the Sines v. Kessler trail.

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How (Not) to Abolish The Police – A Guide from the City of Minneapolis

Minneapolis. MN. There has been lot of talk about police abolition over the past year and a half. But very different proposals coincide under this language. The coming years could see the phasing out of police departments—and in their place, an array of other agencies, activists, psychiatrists, and neighborhood watch organizations enforcing the same social order under a different name.

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Announcing UprisingSupport.Org: A New Hub For Supporting Prisoners of the George Floyd Uprising

Starting in May 2020 the U.S. was shaken by protests, uprisings, and riots following the police murder of George Floyd. Almost immediately the government moved in to repress those taking the streets against the police and racial violence. More than 350 people were arrested on federal charges while city and state level arrests topped 14,000 between May 28th and Nov 3rd. Some cities/regions already had established organizations and crews to help with both jail support and long-term prisoner support during and after the Uprising; in other places new groups formed as the need arose; yet other places still have little or no infrastructure to support the massive number of arrestees.

Image above: James Eades via Unsplash

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