HIV-Aids

Love & Rage Vol. 1 No. 3, June 1990

Issue 3 of Love & Rage, with letters and articles including squatting in Vancouver, an early black bloc at a St Paul Salvador demonstration, a report from the Wall Street Earth Day action and other events elsewhere, a student strike in Berkeley, a Greenpeace demonstration in New Jersey attacked by police, prison news including an uprising at Clallam Bay and anarchist prisoner Ojore N. Lutalo, Chippewa struggles over fishing rights, riots after a police killing in New Jersey, crack and the war on drugs, two reviews of Fear of a Black Planet, a demonstration for AIDS healthcare in Chicago, and a mayday riot at Tompkins Square Park in New York.

Love & Rage Vol. 1 No. 2, May 1990

Issue 2 of Love & Rage, with letters including a resignation from the ISO, international news, a police attack on a squat in Berkely, a review of a film adaptation of the Handmaid's Tale, Earth Day action on Wall Street, ACT UP and the AIDS movement, the end of a miners' strike in Pittston, Virginia, action against McDonalds, prisoner news including John Perotti ending his hunger strike and the continuing hunger strike in Spain, Public Enemy, squatting and repression in Chicago, Lithuanian independence, the On Gogol Boulevard column of international news, the UK Poll Tax riot, and more.

Direct Action #30 (April 1986)

Issue #30 of Direct Action, with articles on nuclear waste, the Protestant general strike in Northern Ireland, the Silentnight dispute, union officials sabotaging disputes, the new budget announcement, a DAM member being sacked by Michelin in Ballymena, syndicalism and war, a review of "Come and wet this truncheon" by Dave Douglass, "Red Wedge" and Labour, the latest news on the benefits system, international news from Nicaragua, Iran Australia, Uruguay, South Africa and the US, James Connolly, James Larkin and the Easter Rising of 1916, a report from the AFA conference where Class War were suspended, DAM activity, the lead-up to the Wapping dispute, a May Day poster and more.

10. Mein Kampf & Tuskegee

Peter Linebaugh on Hitler's anti-semitic views on syphilis and their parallels with racist medical trials in America.

Lizard Talk: Or, Ten Plagues and Another - Peter Linebaugh

Peter Linebaugh

Lizard Talk: Or, Ten Plagues and Another - An Historical Reprise in Celebration of the Anniversary of Boston ACT UP February 26, 1989.

An 1989 essay offering a history of ten plagues.

1997-1998: AIDS activists (ACT UP) demand federal funding for needle exchange programs

During the takeover, activists chained and barricaded themselves inside Thurman'

Account of the 18 month long protests to overturn government bans on clean needle exchanges which contributed to the spread of diseases and thousands of deaths per year.

1994-5: ACT UP activists resist New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s AIDS policies

Account of the year long struggles to save social services and support for AIDs patients from budget cuts.

On capitalism, queerness and living with HIV/Aids - The Expropriationist

Notes from an anarchist communist from Houston, Texas living with HIV and Aids on living with the condition and a radical response to the epidemic.