When I arrived in the afternoon at 3rd precinct the vibe was jovial as thousands of people chilled around a burning car campfire in the bombed out Target mini-mall. With the backdrop of a waterfall pouring out of the charred skeleton of a massive torched two-story housing development, people celebrated their success and how surreal the entire situation was. Packed vehicles with folks hanging out the windows weaved through the Target parking-lot yelling, “Fuck 12!” blaring Lil Boosie’s “Fuck the police” – a song that’s become default to Midwest riot culture.Continue reading #Minneapolis, #MN: The battle for the 3rd precinct – A personal account
Japan. March 9, 2020. The following are tentative thoughts written on the 9th of March, the least we can be sure of in considering the current state of affairs.Continue reading A few thoughts from #Japan on the #coronavirus
So-called Canada. The annual Montreal anarchist bookfair will take place on Saturday, May 16, and Sunday, May 17.Continue reading 2020 #Montreal Anarchist Bookfair
Letter from an imprisoned anarchist from the French territory.Continue reading #MayDay in #Paris. Behind their walls. August 6, 2019
Short report from a demo in New York City in solidarity with the Yellow Vests on December 15.Continue reading #YellowVests: Solidarity demo in #NYC
Information about the recent repressive blow of the Argentine state (just before the start of the protestst against the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, EIE).
For a long time, we hesitated how we would take the word. First of all, we have led discussions that have allowed us to understand what we have. Then we set up this site https://kronika.noblogs.org/ about global anarchist practice. That’s what we missed here, and that makes sense to us.
The anarchist bookfair in Boston is still seeking applications for tablers and workshops. Visit site for details. Deadline is October 12.#
A day of nonacademic, participatory discussions, brought to you by the Berkeley Anarchist Study Group.
A group of us have been talking about the ways in which we’ve often felt alienated from our own movements due to the lack of post secondary and would like to hear from organizers with similar experiences. Rising from these chats, some of us have been talking about an idea for a compilation zine we’re calling ‘Class Dismissed’.