Liverpool Anarchist newsletter

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A local monthly newsletter covering local organising, radical history and direct action in the city of Liverpool. Our content is committed to being anti-state, communist and against all oppression.

Our website can be found at: https://liverpoolanarchist.wordpress.com/

Submitted by Mair Waring on August 6, 2021

Liverpool Anarchist #7

Submitted by Mair Waring on July 3, 2020

Liverpool Anarchist #8

Articles on Universal Credit, the 1968 Rent Strike and Social Revolution.

Submitted by Mair Waring on August 9, 2020

Liverpool Anarchist #9

Articles on Formby Hall, 1969 Rent Strike, migrant solidarity and more.

Submitted by Mair Waring on October 7, 2020

Liverpool Anarchist #10

Organize! iwa-ait.org

Latest issue of the Liverpool Anarchist with articles on the Manchester and Kirkby rent strikes, Birkenhead Teaching Assistants and a revolutionary vision for housing.

Submitted by Mair Waring on December 6, 2020

Liverpool Anarchist #11

Latest issue of the Liverpool Anarchist with articles on the Kill the Bill protests, the 1913 porridge strike, electricians against deskilling and legal advice for protesters.

Submitted by Mair Waring on April 8, 2021

Liverpool Anarchist #12

Latest issue of the Liverpool Anarchist with articles about the University strike, signing support, international unrest and May Day.

Submitted by Mair Waring on June 3, 2021

Liverpool Anarchist #13

Latest issue of the Liverpool Anarchist with articles about a recent LGBT+ protest, strikes, sterilisation and trans history.

Submitted by Mair Waring on July 1, 2021

Liverpool Anarchist #14

Liverpool Anarchist #14, with articles on strikes, a protest against transphobia and a critique of reformist trade unions.

Submitted by Mair Waring on September 6, 2021

Liverpool Anarchist #15

Latest issue of the Liverpool Anarchist with articles about TUI, migrants, a local arms fair, anarcho-syndicalism and sexism at work.

Submitted by Mair Waring on September 6, 2021

Liverpool Anarchist #16

Latest issue of the Liverpool Anarchist with articles about the £20 benefits cut, a university strike, conscientious objectors in Walton Jail and resistance to the arms trade.

Submitted by Mair Waring on October 8, 2021

Liverpool Anarchist #17

With articles on authoritarianism, bus disputes and claimant history.

Submitted by Mair Waring on November 20, 2021

Liverpool Anarchist #18

A "double-issue" with articles on climate and class struggle, wage slavery, Insulate Britain and radical history.

Submitted by Mair Waring on December 20, 2021

Liverpool Anarchist #19

With articles on the cost of living crisis, food cooperatives and the 1855 bread riot.

Submitted by Mair Waring on March 2, 2022

Liverpool Anarchist #20

A symbol which is "Militancy is not masculine" and "frailty is not feminine"

A feminist-themed issue produced for International Women's Day, which is twice as long as the standard issues. Contains articles on feminist theory, class struggle and a short biography of May Picqueray.

Submitted by Mair Waring on March 22, 2022

Steven.

2 months ago

Hi, just to see that I see you have tagged the author of this piece as Liverpool. The author box is to tag the names of authors of Articles or texts. So if this publication was written by a particular group, it should be the name of that group. If it contains content about Liverpool, then you can tag it Liverpool in the tags section.

Mair Waring

2 months ago

Should be resolved now. Are all of the author tags in the normal tags section?

Mair Waring wrote: Should be resolved now. Are all of the author tags in the normal tags section?

Thanks!
Although now the author section is blank?
Not sure I understand your question. But to try to explain, the Author field is for listing the individual or group who wrote a particular article or newsletter. E.g. if this bulletin was put together by Solidarity Federation, then the author field should contain "Solidarity Federation".
In the future when more of these fields have been populated, we will introduce a way for users to browse content by author. So someone can look up everything written by Solidarity Federation, and this bulletin will then be included.

Mair Waring

2 months ago

The newsletter is not edited / published by the local or national Solidarity Federation. We mention our editors are members of that group on the back to be transparent about it (and because we sympathise with them politically). Also because we are not looking for more editors, so if somebody wants to join a group then we would recommend the local SolFed.

I am fine with the authour section being blank, but if you want it filled, then I suppose we could add Liverpool Anarchist News? :)

Steven.

2 months ago

Okay cool, thanks for the clarification. If your collective is called "Liverpool Anarchist News", then yes, please do add that to the author section. Otherwise you can feel free to leave it blank.

Liverpool Anarchist #21

Another World is Possible

Contains articles about the P&O dispute, animal rights and the working class.

Submitted by Mair Waring on April 14, 2022

Liverpool Anarchist #22

"A new world from the old" with a picture of some builders creating an anarchy symbol

Contains articles about class struggle, environmentalism, radical history and anarchist communism.

Submitted by Mair Waring on May 19, 2022