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The radical worker politics of the Los Angeles teacher strike

If its demands are met, the historic teacher strike in Los Angeles has the potential to upend union orthodoxy across the United States.

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On Slavery, Nat Turner, John Brown, and Drones: A Statement from Sean Swain

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on June11.org last year in the lead-up to the annual International Day of Solidarity with Long-Term Anarchist Prisoners. We are reposting it at the direct request of Sean Swain: “The [Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction] has decided to make me die in their prisons for the [following] article. So, please make sure this gets everywhere.”

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Anarchist Political Prisoner Eric King Details Brutal Attack By US Police

Statement by Eric King about the brutal attack by US police.

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Notes from the US: Tear gas and lies at the border

Roundup, Jan 14th. The Sinclair Broadcast Group is a notorious provider of right-wing propaganda. At the end of last year it attracted mass criticism after obliging its local news affiliates to run an item which attempted to justify Trump’s tear-gassing of asylum seeking refugees on the US border a few weeks earlier. 

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Call for an Anti-Capitalist Feminist Bloc at 3rd Annual #WomensMarch – Los Angeles

Members of Black Rose/Rosa Negra – Los Angeles and other Los Angeles based organizations are calling for an Anti-Capitalist Feminist Bloc at the next Women’s March – January 19th, 2019.

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Stand With #Unistoten Banner Drop in #Seattle, #WA

Seattle, January 8: In response to the call for solidarity with the Unist’ot’en and Gidimt’en, a couple of us got together this morning to erect a banner facing the morning traffic headed into Seattle.

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#Miami Against #Bolsonaro, In Solidarity With #Brazil

On the evening of Friday, January 4 left groups in Miami gathered in protest of the inauguration of the new global face of reaction, Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil.

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Noise Demos Ring In #NYE Against Backdrop of Prison Slavery

This year in over 20 cities across the US and Canada, anarchists, abolitionists, autonomists, and other rebels took part in noise demonstrations on New Year’s Eve, as has become an ongoing tradition within the movement. Demonstrations were organized outside of a variety of facilities, jails, prisons, and detention centers, and occurred against a backdrop of not only continued struggle and action against prison slavery, migrant detention, and child separation, but also growing anger to the carceral State in general.

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New Year’s Eve Ruckus Outside #Minneapolis Juvie

Every year, people around the world gather outside of jails, prisons, and other detention centers and make noise to remember those who can’t celebrate the new year with the rest of us. This year, a small crowd gathered outside the juvie in downtown Minneapolis and set off a number of loud, colorful fireworks for those locked up to enjoy. When the fireworks ended, the crowd dispersed into the cold winter night.

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