USA

Remember Ludlow!

A contemporary response to the 1914 massacre of striking miners at Ludlow Colorado.

Syrian and Latin American refugees, “worthy” and “unworthy” victims

children imprisoned at a facility in Dilley Texas

Obama speechifies about the plight of Syrian refugees, but his administration’s treatment of refugees from Latin and South America says more than anything.

Bloodshed in Bayonne

Rockefeller as Dives

October 8, 2016 is the 100th anniversary of the strike at Standard Oil’s Bayonne, N.J., refineries. In the course of the ten-day strike, 4 people were killed and 86 wounded by the police in what John Reed described as a police riot. Yet, not a word of this is mentioned in the Rockefeller biographies.

John Deutch - Chomsky's friend in the Pentagon and the CIA

John Deutch - Chomsky's friend in the Pentagon and the CIA

Emancipation

An archive of Emancipation, a publication produced by the Anarchist Association of the Americas during the 1980s.

Making America worse

Photo by Gage Skidmore via Flickr (CC BY-SY 2.0)

The text of a talk by Matthew Lyons at the event "Trump, White Supremacy, Fascism? Building New Resistance Movements!" on June 25, 2016, in Brooklyn, New York.

Anarchists and the rise of the welfare state

Abe Bluestein's post- New Deal pamphlet encouraging self organisation and mass d

An excerpt from Andrew Cornell's excellent Unruly Equality: US Anarchism in the 20th Century.

The faux-wokeness of film reviews: in defense of The Free State of Jones

A response by Crystal Stella Becerril and Jason Netek of some reviews of the movie, The Free State of Jones.

"I barely survived on Chicago-Lake Liquors wages": an account of a campaign

An account by Juan Conatz of an Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) campaign at a liquor store in Minneapolis during the first half of 2013.

Queer ultraviolence: Bash Back! anthology

Compilation of writings and materials from insurrectionary queer anarchists at Bash Back!