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New Zine: Anarchy In A Small Pond

This new zine published in Kingston, Ontario discusses both the challenges and advantages of being an anarchist in smaller places.

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Anarchism and Revolutionary Strategy: Insurrectionary Councilism

This piece is a companion to another from the Radical Education Department, “The Insurrectionary Campus: A Strategy Proposal”, which originally ran on It’s Going Down. That article was a specific application of the wider theoretical and strategic framework developed here.

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Reminder: Paper Chained submissions due to close next week

Submissions for the second issue of Paper Chained are due to close a week from today (Deadline is May 31), so we’d appreciate some help getting reminders out to all communities and individuals who may be interested in writing in.

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Announcing Black Seed 6 – Full-spectrum Maternity

We are happy to announce that the sixth issue of Black Seed has returned from the printers. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Black Seed, it is a FREE, newsprint, green anarchist publication in the spirit of the old Green Anarchy magazine out of Eugene Oregon.

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#FL Sunshine State Anarchy: #MayDay Edition 2018

Less than three weeks after our first issue was published, we pushed our noses back to the grindstone to bring you a special edition about May Day actions here in Florida!

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Anathema: A #Philadelphia Anarchist Periodical Volume 4 Issue 5

Anathema: A Philadelphia Anarchist Periodical Volume 4 Issue 5 (Free download).

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Plain Words #5: A #Bloomington Anarchist Pulication

The fifth issue of Plain Words is out, with reflections on anarchist publishing, a debate on art, an overview of local gentrification, analysis of struggles against police militarization, critical thoughts on coping, and more.

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