Anarchy: What It Is and Why Pop Culture Loves It - Teen Vogue

Anarchy: What It Is and Why Pop Culture Loves It
It’s a complicated philosophy that’s more than just a punk rock phrase.

Kim Kelly

SEPTEMBER 07, 2018

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Writer Kim Kelly is an anarchist based in New York City and an organizer with the Metropolitan Anarchist Coordinating Council (MACC).

Splits of the Socialist Workers Party (Britain)

Esme Choonara Amy Leather Candy Udwin Maxine Bowler SWP Disputes Committee

We do not agree with their politics but reproduce this for reference.

Notable splits and departures from the Socialist Workers Party in Britain (and some notable international splits) in chronological order including key figures. The list shows a history of active members' serious complaints about the organisation and how it is organised. The issues are repeated since the formation of the SWP which should raise questions about the much-vaunted SWP model of ‘building the party’ especially for those unfamiliar with the party and its history.

Agreement to End Hostilities

A 2012 statement declaring an end to hostilities between racial and gang groups in the California prison system. This statement emerged from the mass hunger strike movement in California prisons in the early 2010s.

Imagine - Socialist Party of Canada

Imagine - Socialist Party of Canada

Imagine is the publication of the Socialist Party of Canada since 2002

The Libertarian Communist discussion bulletin

The Libertarian Communist

Online archive of The Libertarian Communist, an anti-state, anti-capitalist discussion bulletin produced from 2009 to April 2015.

The revolution delayed: 10 years of Hugo Chávez’s rule - Charles Reeve and El Libertario

On the tenth anniversary of Hugo Chávez’s coming to power in Venezuela, and ten years of the “Bolivarian revolution”, Venezuelan libertarians reflect on his rule and its effects on working people.