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VOID NETWORK- Justice for George Floyd … and Justice for all

One more death of a black person by the police. One more state murder. One more time the streets are filled with a raging demand for justice. One more time justice has a name -Justice for George Floyd…

To a Free Press and Free Minds: An Anarchist Position on the Nullification of the ABS-CBN Franchise

A statement from the Bandilang Itim collective on the expiration of the ABS-CBN franchise.

“בעגריסונג צום „קלאַסען קאַמף

“אַ בריוו פֿון מ. קאַטץ וואָס אײַנפֿירן דער „קלאַסען קאַמף

Welcome to the "Class Struggle"

Letter from M. Kattz to introduce the Class Struggle newspaper.

Fear and Favor: Freedom of the Press in the Archipelago

An anarchist perspective on the current situation of state repression of journalists in the Philippines.

Pandemic Dystopias: Biopolitical Emergency and Social Resistance

“I didn’t think the Apocalypse would have this much admin”  – A teacher from Has

Is the state the unsurpassable horizon of our dystopian era? Setting off from the material conditions that produce the current social contagion and using D&G's notion of the Urstaat as an axis, we try in this article to analyze the tendencies that lead to such a conclusion. At the same time, we try to map out the becomings that may lead beyond it.

Yellow Vests, Act V

An account of Saturday's demonstrations in Paris

The Commoner #15: Care Work and the Commons

The Commoner Banner #15

Issue 15 of The Commoner magazine

Mutu: rethinking our radical media

Pic: Henry Langston

Is anarchist media in Britain doing enough to promote struggle and radical ideas? How could we be doing things differently? A look at the French Mutu Network can provide ideas about how to create a radical media rooted in our communities and struggles for a better world.

The Freelance Journalists Union Goes Public

The Industrial Workers of the World has just launched a new organisation for workers in the Journalism sector.