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A Tagalog translation of Cindy Milstein's pamphlet Anarchism.
Are our communities strong enough for police to be obsolete?
Cindy Milstein considers the possibility of society without a police force.
Solidarity, as weapon and practice, versus killer cops and white supremacy
Cindy Milstein blogs about the wave of protests against police killings in the Bay Area, in the wake…
"From Ayotzinapa to Ferguson, the state is our enemy"
So much could be said of yesterday's large, boisterous, self-organized #ShutItDownForMikeBrown…
Increasingly, if you want to stay, home in San Francisco = resistance
There is a noticeable and necessary sea change in “solidarity not charity” eviction defense in San…
The Giants won and capitalism is the loss
Cindy Milstein on the celebratory rioting which followed the San Francisco Giants winning the world series, and its background.
Google will never be a "good neighbour"; we need to be our own best hope
Article about Google and the continuing gentrification of San Francisco.
Organizing social spaces as if social relations matter
This essay was originally published, as a shorter version, in ROAR Magazine, “an online journal of…
The Power to Stay: Magical Realism from SF’s Mission
This post originally appeared on my blog, Outside the Circle, with a bunch of photos; see http://cbmilstein.wordpress.com/2014/04/08/the-power-to…
Ghost Stories from SF: Art Mirrors Life
This piece was originally posted on my Outside the Circle blog, at http://cbmilstein.wordpress.com/2014/04/30/ghost-stories-from-sf-art-mirrors…
Things I Hate About San Francisco's Gentrification: A Love Poem
This piece -- a tweeter poem of sorts, in 140 lines of 140 words or less -- originally appeared at…
Throwing a Wrench in the "Capitalism Works" Piece
I'm not sure quite where to start my rant on this public art project in Times Square by Steve Lambert (http://gothamist.com/2013/09/12/talk_about…