Miami Autonomy & Solidarity

A brief history of the rapprochement process of US class struggle anarchist organizations

A short history of the rapprochement process between US anarchist groups the last few years.

A panoramic impression of the Chilean libertarian movement

An overview by Scott Nappolos of the anarchist movement in Chile.

May 1st: After the blooms of spring, a hot summer

An analysis of May Day and discussion of the next steps amidst this crisis.

Moving to action: Workplace organizing beyond recipes - Scott Nappalos

Scott Nappalos talks about some ineffective ways of workplace organizing and how we can address these habits.

From the square to the block to the shop: spread the occupation amid the whirlwind of crisis

Statement aimed at the #Occupy movement from Miami Autonomy & Solidarity

The Intermediate Level and Trajectories of Struggle

A response to Miami Autonomy & Solidarity's Defining Practice: the intermediate level of organization and struggle.

Toward Theory of Political Organization for Our Time Part III: nature of our period

The Nature of Our Period: looking to an autonomous working class alternative

Towards Theory of Political Organization for Our Time Part II: we are not platformists, we strive to be

In recent times a number of ideological currents from the libertarian communist tradition have inspired a generation to organize, build and reproduce organizations, and struggle around a rethinking of their traditions and future. Much of this theory comes from the period of the greatest waves of proletarian and peasant struggles in the 20th century. That period produced theory of organization based on the protagonists’ position within high points of struggle, its successes and failures.

Towards Theory of Political Organization for Our Time Part I: trajectories of struggle, the intermediate level, and political rapprochement

Political organization is a collective answer to common problems. People organize based on a collective sense of need, and the perspectives and problems encountered in social groups crystallize into organizational forms and moments. This is a general historical trend; even without a theory, organization emerges to meet concrete needs that cannot be solved except by building social forms to address them.

Defining Practice: the intermediate level of organization and struggle

Miami Autonomy & Solidarity on organisation for revolutionaries.