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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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Eric King given another 6 month general correspondence restriction

Not the post we wanted to be making, but on July 7th after his communication restrictions expired SIS (special investigation services) from FCI Englewood gave him word that they were renewing the expired restrictions. For another 6 months, Eric will be unable to communicate with anyone who is not family. This will bring him to a total of a year and a half being held incommunicado from the public when this restriction ends. Like the last two blocks this one comes without much explanation other than a general statement about how his communication might pose a threat to the institution and to the public.

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The Only Way Out Is Always Through The Police: A History Of The Rise And Fall Of The 2020 New York Riots

A deep and critical look at the rise and fall of the George Floyd rebellion on the streets of New York and how it relates, was informed by, and differs from past waves of social struggle and revolt.

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Toward Insurrection: Anarchist Strategy in an Era of Popular Revolt

Philadelphia. Pennsylvania. New text of analysis and strategy from so-called Philadelphia that touches on the broader realities of US society in the developing post-pandemic and post-rebellion world while looking at what might lead to continued liberatory eruptions.

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Revolutionary Winston Smith Murdered by Federal Task Force in Minneapolis and the Community Responds

Hennepin and Ramsey County Deputies working on the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force murdered Winston Boogie Smith in broad daylight on June 6, 2021, in Minneapolis, MN, only 10 minutes away from where MPD murdered George Floyd.

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Olympia, WA: Frog House defying eviction order

Olympia. WA. June 3. 2021. Frog House on 10th and Boundary Street, Eastside Stechass on Nisqually and Squaxin territory (so-called Olympia), is set to be evicted by 8am. We are refusing to leave and any attempt at eviction will be met with resistance.

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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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