USA

Keep Us Alive and Vibrant Out There: An Interview with Political Prisoner Eric King

An interview with anarchist political prisoner Eric King from the Seattle-Tacoma chapter of Black and Pink. This article was first published by It's Going Down.

At the Wendy’s: Armed Struggle at the End of the World

An article analysing the events that played out in summer 2020 in response to a police murder in Atlanta, with particular reference to the impact of guns on the struggle, as well as paranoia, fatalism, race and the concept of "Black leadership". This article was originally published by Ill Will Editions.

N30: After Seattle

An article from Black Flag #219 on the aftermath of the Seattle anti-globalisation protests of November 30th 1999.

N30: Stateless In Seattle

Fifty thousand on the streets, thirty thousand of them trade unionists... the WTO meeting abandoned... declaration of martial law... clouds of tear gas and volleys of rubber bullets... dockers shutting down West Coast ports from Seattle to San Pedro... hang on, we thought the class war was dead?!

From Black Flag #219, 2000.

Storming of the Capitol: The Working Class Has its Own Battles to Fight

Statement of the Internationalist Communist Tendency

‘I Am An Anarchist’: Remembering Anarchist Prisoner Brian McCarvill, who Died of COVID-19 in Prison on his 68th Birthday

A biography and obituary of Brian McCarvill, an anarchist prisoner in Oregon who was killed by a Covid-19 outbreak. This story was first published by Perilous Chronicle.