South America

Saint Che: The Truth Behind the Legend of the Heroic Guerilla, Ernesto Che Guevara

In this text, Gambone gives a unique and concise perspective on the life of Guevara, when there are precious few written anarchist perspectives on the Cuban Revolution in general, and helps us move beyond the baggage of the Marxist-Leninist Left, while keeping it in perspective.

What is the International Circle of Antibolshevik Communists?

Statement by the Círculo Internacional de Comunistas Antibolcheviques on its origins and purpose.

Manifesto of the International Circle of Antibolshevik Communists

Manifesto of the Círculo Internacional de Comunistas Antibolcheviques, a Latin American grouping of communist militants.

Especifismo: The anarchist praxis of building popular movements and revolutionary organization in South America by Adam Weaver

The theory and history of Especifismo explained and elaborated on and its similarities and differences with Platformism.

Latin American Anarchism by Chuck Morse

A review of three Spanish-language books on anarchism in Latin America

Peru: National mining strike to start on Monday

Peruvian miners' march, May 2007

Peru's biggest federation of mining unions said workers will go on strike nationwide starting on Monday despite efforts by the government to avert the walkout, officials said on Sunday.

Argentina: Teachers strike in memory of colleague

On October 5th there were mass walkouts nationwide by teachers in state and private schools in memory of a colleague who had been killed by police.

Colombia: hunger strike at Cuaca University


A group of sixteen students have launched a hunger strike at Cuaca University in Popayan (Southern Colombia).

Workers struggle betrayed by State and union in Venezuela

Workers at a co-operative elsewhere in Venezuela

This article was written by a revolutionary who has been working with the occupied factory in Venezuela.

Favela Rising - review

Tom Jennings is disappointed at Favela Rising’s focus on its founder’s personality rather than Brazilian Afro-Reggae’s grass-roots potential.