The aspirations of anarchism have always, at their heart, revolved around what could be understood as “feminist” ethics—self-determination, voluntaristic and consensual association, egalitarian relationships, and loving freely as well as queerly, to mention a few. Moreover, the bulk of what we anarchists have actually done in practice, and still do, imperfectly and yet beautifully, falls under the banner of self-organized collective care, freely gifted—or again, what could be seen as feminist ethics.Continue reading Call for Submissions to “The Anarchist Feminist Turn: Embodying Care, Engendering Love,” an anthology edited by Cindy Milstein
My dear friend and mensch #MurrayBookchin would turn over in his grave if he heard me say this, but between, in particular, this summer’s capitalist-fueled fires, floods, droughts, heat waves, tornadoes, and other “new normal” extreme and deadly weather catastrophes, and today’s “late to the end-of-the-world party” UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report, we need a renewed #GreenAnarchism.Continue reading Cindy Milstein: Greening Anarchism
There are two basic ways of approaching anarchism. Either as the conscious organising of those who are well versed in an explicit and thoroughly demarcated theoretical tradition.Continue reading Book Review: ‘Deciding For Ourselves’ by Cindy Milstein
Another statement by Keith ‘Malik’ Washington (IWOC): We are Humyn Beings!Continue reading Comrade Malik: We are Humyn Beings!
The author believes we are at a crossroads between fascism and/or extinction, and a path of communal care. An interview.Continue reading Cindy Milstein’s “Paths toward #Utopia”