Anarchist People

From Puget Sound Anarchists
Leah broke, to what degree remains uncertain, but we know that she at least cooperated in someway with the grand jury investigation. She broke the wall of silence anarchists in the northwest had tried their best to craft f…

Review: scott crow’s Black Flags and Windmills

From Earth First News – by Sasha
Hope, Anarchy, and the Common Ground Collective: An Epic Tale Past the Point of No-Return
When I began reading Black Flags and Windmills (PM Press 2011), by scott crow, my imagination was sparked by the power of scott…

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Remember, Remember the Fifth of November! Anarchists and Activists take the Army to Court of Appeals! Support is Needed!

Come show support and solidarity with activists and anarchists spied on by the Army. It is crucial for supporters to pack the courtroom.
When: November 5th, 8:45am (Court starts at 9:00am)
Where: Kenzo Nakamura United States Courthouse at 1010 Fifth …

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The Russian Anarchist Prince Who Challenged Evolution

From Slate
Are we cooperative or competitive?
Darwin’s publication of On the Origin of Species sparked major battles. The most famous may have been between science and religion, but there were disputes within science as well. One of the most he…

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Anarchist Blues

From Jazz @ Tulane – by Shane Lief
Among the noteworthy musicians active in New Orleans in the early 1900s, Antonio Maggio remains a dim historical figure, remembered only for a single pioneering composition, “I Got the Blues,” published in 1908….

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CAPR suspends support for Leah-Lynn Plante

From Committee Against Political Repression:
The Committee Against Political Repression will be suspending support for Leah-Lynn Plante.
Leah was released from prison on October 17 after appearing before the grand jury investigating anarchists. We do…

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Support Maddy! Rally @ the Seattle Federal Courthouse Nov. 7th

From Puget Sound Anarchists
Maddy Pfeiffer was served a subpoena in Olympia, WA last week. They will be resisting the grand jury and will not be testifying. Please come out and support them on Wednesday November 7th at 830AM! Their hearing is at 9AM….

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The Anarchist Odyssey of Sasha and Emma

From Harvard Press
Paul Avrich, a leading historian of anarchism, collected stories about Alexander Berkman and Emma Goldman for decades. When he died in 2006, he left his unfinished manuscript on the pair in the hands of his daughter, Karen Avrich. …

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Anarchism, Social Emancipation and Privilege Theory: A critique

From Gonzo Times – By Jehu Eaves
TRIGGER WARNING: If you think your opinion is the only possible legitimate opinion on the subject of Privilege, you probably should stop reading this post now.
I grew up in a family that had a color line. One of my br…

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Preoccupying: Alan Moore

From Occupied Times
Alan Moore is a writer and anarchist, and the author of Watchmen and V for Vendetta. Having written for us back in January, Moore returns to the OT to discuss anarchy, war, and the roots of the modern education system.
OT: Having …

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Anarchist probe: Jailed activists say they won’t talk to feds

From LA Times – By Kim Murphy
The federal detention center near Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is usually home to suspected bank robbers and drug dealers awaiting trial, or perhaps illegal immigrants fighting deportation. These days, though, it…

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Nov-12th-Nov 19th: International Solidarity with Grand Jury Resisters!

Against the State, the repression of anarchists, and against all prisons!
Solidarity with all those who resist!
Free Kteeo, Matt & Leah! Free all prisoners!
Since July 25th 2012, there have been multiple house raids and the imprisonment of …

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No Right to Remain Silent

From The Stranger – by BRENDAN KILEY
A Third Northwest Activist Who Hasn’t Been Accused of a Crime Is Sent to Federal Prison
Last week, Portland resident Leah-Lynn Plante spent the first of what could be more than 500 nights in prison for refusing …

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NYC: Action in Solidarity with Northwest Anarchists

To our comrades enduring repression in the Northwest, you are not alone. In the early morning hours of October 17th, we sabotaged the operation of three sets of train tracks leading in and out of New York City. This action was undertaken in solidarit…

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Text of compa Gustavo Quiroga González, imprisoned since the eviction of Delta squat in Thessaloniki

From Contra Info
On September 12th, at 6.30am, Delta occupied social centre was evicted. In the past, this building served as a university residence hall of the Alexandreio Technological Education Institute of Thessaloniki, and was occupied since 200…

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The Grey Clouds Come Rolling In: Words from a Grand Jury Resister

Today was the first day where it actually felt like the rainy season I’ve grown to know over the past five years. Today was also the day that the third grand jury resister, Leah Lynn-Plante was taken into federal custody. Most of the time when…

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We Are Made of St(a)r Stuff – Statement by Leah-Lynn Plante

From Leah’s Tumblr
On the morning of July 25th, 2012, my life was turned upside down in a matter of hours. FBI agents from around Washington and Oregon and Joint Terrorism Task Force agents from Washington busted down the front door of my house with …

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To Dante, with love

This is written in response to this article by SFWeekly, “Meet the Accused Black Bloc Protestors”, and some of the more disgusting comments below:
http://blogs.sfweekly.com/thesnitch/2012/10/meet_the_accused_black_block…
My first words are for Dant…

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Free Nyki Poetry Contest

A year has passed since the free Nyki poetry contest. The contest brought hundreds of poets together from across the globe in support of wrongfully convicted artist, poet, and community activist Nyki Kish.
Nyki is still in prison awaiting her appeal …

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Vancouver Solidarity Smash Up in Solidarity with Arrested Comerdes in the Bay

Last night we decided to celebrate colonization aka Thanksgiving by smashing half of CIBC’s windows. This was done in solidarity with arrested comrades in the Bay.
This small act of solidarity is only a fraction of what we are capable of.
Vancouver…

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Local Anarchist, After Facing 72 Felonies, Pleads to Three Felonies

From Free Pax
We would like to say ‘thank you’ to all who have extended solidarity to Pax (Bryan Wiedeman) throughout this situation. We hope that similar solidarity will be displayed in other instances of repression–political repression as wel…

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Unnamed Collective’s 1st Birthday

From Unamed Avenue
Last Friday the “Unnamed Collective” celebrated it’s first birthday.
It was a swanky affair hosted at the locale community centre / organic garden. Free food, real conversation, and a ukulele duo, provided a soothing ambience …

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