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Stuart Christie 1946-2020: Anarchist Activist, Writer and Publisher

Stuart Christie, founder of the Anarchist Black Cross and Cienfuegos Press and co-author of The floodgates of anarchy has died peacefully after a battle with lung cancer. Born in Glasgow and brought up in Blantyre, Christie credited his grandmother for shaping his … Continue reading

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Aotearoa / So-Called New Zealand: Why We Don’t Vote

AWSM Note: As anarchists, one of the things that separates us from many is our strong determination to pursue politics outside the parliamentary arena. We are opposed to voting during elections. This stance is often not understood. We have written … Continue reading

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Italy: “What International?” – Interview with Anarchist Prisoner Alfredo Cospito [Part 3]

The following interview is the 3rd part in an ongoing dialogue between anarchist comrade Alfredo Cospito, who is currently imprisoned at Ferrara Prison, and the editors of the Italian anarchist newspaper Vetriolo [Vitriol]. As far as we know, the first part … Continue reading

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History of the Autonomous Groups of Valencia in the Second Half of the 1970s

Here is another text about our series of revolutionary struggles in Spain and repression/prison. This time it is about the Autonome Prolos from Valencia in the 70s. This article was published in the anarchist publication Ekintza Zuzena No. 34, from … Continue reading

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Indonesia / USA: Jurnal Anarki Interview with Anarchist Author Kevin Tucker

The following interview with self-described primal anarchist advocate, writer, editor, independent researcher, publisher, musician and rewilding human, Kevin Tucker, originally appeared in the first issue of the new Indonesian anarchist journal, Jurnal Anarki. Jurnal Anarki is written entirely in Bahasa … Continue reading

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Podcast: Elephant in the Room – 20 Years Anniversary of Indymedia

“The resistance is global…a trans-pacific collaboration has brought this web site into existence.” That’s how The first entry on an Indymedia website began on November 24, 1999. Indymedia went online a few days before the protests against the WTO (world-trade-organisation) … Continue reading

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Cyberspace: Archive of Linksunten Indymedia Published Online

“The resistance is global… a trans-pacific collaboration has brought this web site into existence.” that’s how the first article on seattle.indymedia.org started on November 24th 1999. By forming the Indymedia network, we put journalism and press work about our actions … Continue reading

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Japan / Germany: Video Presentation – “Anarchism in Japan”

Japan. An island in the Far East. An island of anime, sushi, sexism and xenophobia. Who would have thought anarchism could exist in this Blade Runner land? Who would have thought that someone from there could come to Europe to … Continue reading

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New from Elephant Editions Archive: The International Revolutionary Solidarity Movement

The International Revolutionary Solidarity Movement A study of the origins and development of the revolutionary anarchist movement in Europe 1945–73 with particular reference to the First of May Group Edited by Albert Meltzer  Read and / or Download HERE Excerpt: … Continue reading

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Anti-Japan: The Life and Death of the East Asia Anti-Japan Armed Front

Anti-Japan is the product of a year (more or less) of research and translation by Max Res and the plentiful free time he’s had to learn Japanese. Physical copies including a cover with a timeline of the Front’s activities can … Continue reading

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Anarchist History: ‘Nakahama Tetsu – Was That To Your Liking?’ by Kurihara Yasushi

Photo from the trial of the “Giroshin Sha” (Guillotine Society) cell Nakahama Tetsu was born in 1897 in Moji-ku, Kitakyushu. He moved to Tokyo when he was 20. He’d planned to work hard at his studies, but was snatched up … Continue reading

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