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Editorial #2 -Thoughts on Bessemer

布朗诉弗格森案——21世纪美国反种族主义运动史

Ferguson to Oakland 2014

在过去几个月内,美国国内爆发了激烈的反种族主义运动,黑人乔治·佛洛依德之死与警察的不公执法点燃了人们的怒火,进而导致了声势浩大的抗议。事实上,自21世纪以来,美国社会曾经历过多起严重的种族主义事件,2012年17岁的黑人青年特雷沃恩·马丁(Trayvon Martin)之死、2014年黑人青年迈克·布朗(Michael Brown)遇害同样引发过强烈的社会不满。而长期以来被视作高犯罪率群体、在劳动力市场上受到歧视、居住在孤立地区的黑人对于社会以及司法、政治以及经济制度怀着强烈的不满。在人们惊讶于本次“黑命攸关”运动的巨大能量的同时,他们或许也应该意识到黑人群体所经历过的伤痛和歧视。

Who lives, who dies, who tells your story? - Carmen Molinari

Carmen Molinari analyzes why media strategies don’t win organizing campaigns. This article was first published by Organizing Work.

Left Nationalism and Support for Imperialist War in the United States

Article from 1919 (mcmxix.org), the new journal of the North American affiliates of the ICT.

Shut Em Down 2021: Jailhouse Lawyers Speak

An interview from the Final Straw Radio with Comrade Chux, a member of Jailhouse Lawyers Speak. JLS is an autonomous network of incarcerated activists from across the so-called US. Chux discusses the call for this year for folks on the outside to engage for Abolition on August 21 and September 9th, Abolition, Black August and other topics. This interview is available as a printable zine.

The LA Riots and the Politics of Autonomy - Robert Borg

Looting during LA riots

Robert Borg on the LA Riots, from London Notes #1, 1992.

"NO JUSTICE, NO PEACE!" - Harry Cleaver

Looting during LA riots

Harry Cleaver on the LA Riots, from London Notes #1 1992.

No Matter How Difficult - Julio "Comrade Z" Zuniga

Texas anarchist prisoner and IWOC member Julio "Comrade Z" Zuniga writes on the struggle against the Texas prison system. This article was first published by Mongoose Distro.

Every Rose Has Its Thorn: Reflections from the 2020 Black Rose Split and a Warning to the Patriarchal Revolutionary Left

Article published on March 1st 2021 about a split away from the Black Rose Anarchist Federation.

Basic Documents on the Black Struggle - CLR James

Rare collection of readings by C.L.R. James recommended to members of Revolutionary Black Workers in Detroit in the early 1970s.