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Attica Prison Liberation Faction, Manifesto of Demands 1971

“WE are MEN! We are not beasts and do not intend to be beaten or driven as such. The entire prison populace has set forth to change forever the ruthless brutalization and disregard for the lives of the prisoners here and throughout the United States.”

Appeal to join the solidarity caravan to Longview, Washington

For the full, original article, feel free to visit the Trial by Fire.

Appeal to Join the Solidarity Caravan to Longview, Washington
ILWU rank and file, Occupies in Longview, Portland, Seattle, Oakland, LA and other West Coast Occupies are organizing to blockade a grain ship coming to Longview. This ship is intended to load scab cargo from the EGT terminal. The date won’t be known until 3-4 days in advance, but is anticipated to be sometime in January.

Folsom prison strike manifesto and bill of rights 1970

In 1970, prisoners protesting about the brutal regime at Folsom Prison, went on strike for 19 days. They wrote the following manifesto and bill of rights in support of their action.

Like fire in broom straw - Robert Weldon Whalen

Academic look at the role the media played during the 1929-31 textile strikes in Southern America and the lasting effect the dispute had on the region.

Occupy Oakland: Advance the Struggle’s political reflection

Bay Area Marxist group Advance the Struggle's analyses of the occupy movement in Oakland.

2012 : OWS at a crossroads

Call-out meeting for anti-capitalist activists in the NYC metro area.

Occupy Everything, and Everything for Everyone

Blog post about Occupy Wall Street, deportation, and demands.

Beyond nationalism, but not without it

Former Black Panther and anarchist Ashanti Alston's brief article outlining why he objects to anti-nationalism and how he sees nationalism and anti-statism as not necessarily opposing ideas. We do not agree with this article, but reproduce it for reference.

Impressions of the North American anarchist movement

An interview with Andrew Flood about the impressions of the North American anarchist movement he formed during his 2007/2008 44 city tour of the US and Canada. The interviews ends with questions about the comparison of the movement in Ireland with that in Britian and the promotion of anarchism via the internet. This was submitted and published in Black Flag.

Forget industrial power

A piece advocating that the IWW should concentrate on organizing small shops, rather than large companies.