PDFs

Swinging Pendulum: A Discussion on Corporate Social Media, Deplatforming and the Liberal Security State

A discussion on the silencing of far right platforms and accounts, how similar moves have silenced the anti-authoritarian left, and the importance of building our own platforms and infrastructure. This interview with representatives from It's Going Down and Crimethinc was originally broadcast by the Final Straw Radio, and is available as a PDF for both reading and printing.

Love & Rage newspaper

An archive of Love & Rage, a newspaper during the 1990s by what became the federation of the same name.

Queer Fire: The George Jackson Brigade, Men Against Sexism, and Gay Struggle Against Prison

A collection of histories, speeches, and interviews with members of The George Jackson Brigade and Men Against Sexism. These stories give inspiration for the multiform queer struggle against prison, capitalism, and the state. This zine was compiled by Untorelli Press, and an audio version is available from Resonance Distro.

Anarchist Black Dragon

An archive of Anarchist Black Dragon, a publication produced by the anarchist communist prisoner Carl Harp and others held at Washington State Penitentiary from around 1978-1982. Taken from the collection at the Anarchist Black Dragon noblogs site.

Makhan Singh: British colonial office report

Makhan Singh report

A declassified British government report on Kenyan Asian revolutionary Makhan Singh, discussing the end of his deportation order in 1961.

Barricade Bulletin - Derry Anarchists

An archive of Barricade Bulletin, a newsletter produced by Derry Anarchists from 2016 onwards.

That which will become the earth: anarcho-indigenous speculative geographies.

Guarani Alf Slimer Outer Space

This essay utilizes an anarcho-indigenous/mestize lens to explore how the Guaraní concept of teko'a (tekoha) (settlement/village/community) can lead to different formations of the ways in which we relate to each other and to the earth. It is both a philosophical inquiry that aims to challenge the nation-state and capitalism, and also a practice of speculative geographies that imagines possible futures along with the creation of "a new world in the shell of the old" inspired by Indigenous epistemologies.

Amelio Robles, gait of the old soldier: (Transgender) masculinity in the Mexican revolution – Gabriela Cano

Avila, centre

Detailed article about the life and gender identity of Amelio Robles Ávila, transgender Mexican revolutionary, written by Mexican historian Gabriela Cano.

Was My Friend a Spycop?

The Undercover Research Group's guide to investigating suspicions and trying to find out if a comrade was an undercover police officer.