anarchists

Rumsey, David (1937- 2015)

A short biography of Dave Rumsey, active in Brighton Anarchist Group

Operation Piñata: We Are the Enemy! – Revista Argelaga

Revista Argelaga examines the broader implications of the recent (March 2015) witch-hunt against anarchists in Spain known as “Operation Piñata” through the lens of the “Criminal Law of the Enemy” (Günther Jakobs), observing that the draconian measures implemented to deal with the domestic “enemy”—the excluded and dissenters, now stigmatized as “terrorists”—are plunging us into a “Kafkaesque universe” ruled by “the logic of fear”, and that we face the threat of the emergence of an inauspicious “totalitarian surveillance and control hysteria among the masses of the citizenry” terrified by the economic crisis and the “Jihadist aberration”.

Sanchez Guevara, Canek: Che’s anarchist grandson, 1974-2015

Canek Sanchez Guevara

A short biography of Canek Sanchez Guevara, grandson of Che.

What's behind Operation Pandora? - Revista Argelaga

A short article featuring observations and analysis of the government crackdown on and arrests of anarchists in Barcelona and Madrid in December 2014, written by the editors of the Barcelona journal, Argelaga.

Reclus, Jacques (1894-1984) aka Shao Kelu

Jacques Reclus

A short biography of the French anarchist Jacques Reclus, active in both France and China

Mairet, Alexandre, 1880-1947

Mairet's Sacco and Vanzetti woodcut

A look at the life and work of the Swiss anarchist artist Alexandre Mairet, noted for his woodcuts.

Three Japanese anarchists: Kotoku, Osugi and Yamaga - Victor Garcia

Excellent pamphlet looking at the history of the Japanese anarchist movement, and in particular the lives (and deaths, in the two former cases) of Shūsui Kōtoku, Osugi Sakae and Taiji Yamaga.

Lorry, Anthony (1972-2014)

Anthony Lorry

A short biography of the French social historian and anarchist Anthony Lorry

Franchini, Mauro 1930-2012

Mauro Franchini

A short biography of Mauro Franchini, Italian anarchist active in Carrara

Portales, Suceso (1904-1999)

Suceso Portales

A short biography of Spanish anarchist Suceso Portales, fighter for the liberation of women