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Freeing space, creating autonomies

We would object to the use of the Lenin’s expression “dual power” to characterise the creation of autonomous, free spaces; an always relative autonomy and taking multiple forms.

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Tech Learning Collective: Winning back the Internet by building our own

We already have the power, the materials and the motive to win back the Internet. But we have to start with the first step first: owning our own infrastructure.

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After #lockdown, anti-government protests resume in #Colombia

Colombia. After months of lockdown, during which the state continued to rape, murder and massacre, Colombians are out in the streets again to protest their criminal government.

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Let Empire collapse: why we need a decolonial revolution

Repatriating Indigenous land and organizing anti-state Indigenous-Black-POC Power alternatives is better than pouring resources into the liberal-progressive vote.

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The revolutionary potential of abolitionist demands

Popular demands to abolish the police are not directed at the state, but rather a revolutionary call upon the people to complete the abolition together.

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Hong Kong: Reflecting on an insurrection – An interview with Au Loong-Yu

To celebrate the publication of his new book, Au Loong-Yu joins Roar Mag to talk about the origins, scope and legacy of last year’s Hong Kong rebellion.

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Abolitionism against #pandemic – Policing in the #Philippines

The demand for abolition becomes urgent in the face of a highly militarized response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the Philippines.

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Debunking the myths around nonviolent resistance – By Peter Gelderloos

The Floyd rebellion follows a long tradition of movements using a diversity of tactics to achieve their goals, discrediting champions of nonviolence.

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Pandemic pandemonium and the deadly privatization of risk

Angela Mitropoulos’s new book Pandemonium unpacks the deadly structures of power behind the pandemic that changed the world.

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Panthers Forever: Revolution at Home and in Exile

Revolutionary socialism is a quest for freedom, justice and equality through the destruction of capitalist oppression by any means necessary, often including armed struggle against the state.

In the 1960s and 70s, The Black Panther Party (BPP) represented the vanguard of the revolution in the United States. It promoted armed self-defense, a sophisticated educational agenda and outreach to Black communities as well as other oppressed groups in the US and abroad via the Black Panther newspaper. The Panthers’ community work and organizing included free breakfast for school children and health clinics programs.

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