Reclaim The Streets

N30: Reclaiming the Railways

As martial law was imposed on the streets of Seattle, London hosted its own mini-riot at Euston Station.

The events of November 30th 1999, from Black Flag #219.

J18: In the City... All Around the World – Black Flag

The damage assessors list is endless and in the eurovision rioting stakes London

Black Flag on the J18 anti-capitalist protests on June 18th 1999 in London and globally.

Reflections on June 18, 1999

Discussion papers on the politics of the global day of action in financial centres on June 18th 1999. Taken from the archive at AF-North.org.

Reclaiming the future

The same correspondents report of events of the weekend of 28 - 30th September 1996, which saw Reclaim the Streets activists going to Liverpool to support the dockers. From Subversion #20 (1996)

South London stress - Practical History

Leaflet distributed at a Reclaim The Streets party in South London in June 1998, to place the event in context, and explain the radical history of the South London area.

Reclaim the streets for children - Practical History

Leaflet distributed before and during the Reclaim the Streets party in Brixton, South London in June 1998, looking at how streets and car culture effect the lives of children.

A good day out in London? Some reflections on May Day 2000 - Practical History

Reflections on the May Day 2000 actions in London and the development of the anti-capitalist movement.

Reclaim the Streets, Islington 1995 and the role of road-building in the restructuring of Capital and the recomposition of the proletariat - Antagonism

Leaflet written for distribution at a 1996 Reclaim the Streets occupation of the M41 motorway, looking at the limitations of such occupations in the broader context of the capitalist restructuring occuring at the time.

Maybe spoof newspaper, 2000

Spoof of the Metro newspaper produced by Reclaim The Streets to advertise the May Day 2001 "guerrilla gardening" demonstrations.

Evading Standards spoof newspaper, 1999

Spoof of the Evening Standard, by Reclaim the Streets to advertise the Carnival against Capitalism on June 18, 1999.