Lorenzo Kom'boa Ervin

Anarchist Black Dragon: Volume 1, Issue 9, Summer 1981

Issue 9 of Anarchist Black Dragon, with news on legal victories for Carl Harp and the Pontiac 16, repression against Native American militants, updates on women prisoners, a review of Towards A Citizen's Militia, the Kamalla and Arthur Miller custody case, conditions for Black prisoners at Walla Walla, the RAF hunger strike in Germany, the death of Bobby Sands, letters from Black liberation prisoners Lorenzo Kom'boa Ervin and Mark Cook criticising the "Dungeons & Dragons" article from issue 8, and more.

Anarchist Black Dragon: Volume 1, Issue 4, February 1979

Issue 4 of Anarchist Black Dragon, with articles including one on Lorenzo Kom'boa Ervin, a critique of Marxist-Leninist groups, updates on prison struggle, discussions of anarchist theory and more. This issue was printed and distributed by Count Down, a libertarian communist group from Madison, Wisconsin.

Anarchist Black Dragon: Volume 1, Issue 3, December 1978

Issue 3 of Anarchist Black Dragon, with articles on Lorenzo Kom'boa Ervin's situation, anti-racism, and updates on various prison struggles and political prisoners including the case of Noel and Marie Murray in Ireland. This issue also mentions the Anarchist Black Dragon collective affiliating to SRAF, the Social Revolutionary Anarchist Federation.

Anarchist Black Dragon: Volume 1, Issue 2, September 1978

Issue 2 of Anarchist Black Dragon, featuring various articles including an update on Lorenzo Kom'boa Ervin being placed in a "control unit", Bob Potter on anarchists, freedom and parties, a reprint of a critique of Frelimo in Mozambique from Zero, and more.

Drugs and Guns – Black Flag

Article on drug related violence in North West London and the Nation of Islam’s community based response. From Black Flag #218 1999.

Copwatching in Chattanooga - Lorenzo Komboa Ervin

Article from Black Flag #214 1998.

Martin Sostre: Prison Revolutionary

A short biography of Martin Sostre, a revolutionary anarchist influential in the 1960s-70s prison movement. First published on Lorenzo Kom'boa Ervin's facebook page and then republished by Black Rose Anarchist Federation. This is the introduction to a forthcoming zine to be published by South Chicago ABC Zine Distro.

Race Traitor #3

3rd issue of Race Traitor, Spring 1994.

The Progressive Plantation: racism inside white radical social change groups

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A short book discussing racism and anti-working class attitudes in radical groups, and how to fight it

Black bus workers fight "plantation" conditions - Lorenzo Kom'boa Ervin

An article by Lorenzo Kom'boa Ervin about discrimination in the Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority. Originally appeared in the Industrial Worker #1589 (March 1996)