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‘I Am An Anarchist’: Remembering Anarchist Prisoner Brian McCarvill, who Died of COVID-19 in Prison on his 68th Birthday

A biography and obituary of Brian McCarvill, an anarchist prisoner in Oregon who was killed by a Covid-19 outbreak. This story was first published by Perilous Chronicle.

Walla Walla Prison Revolt Continues (1979)

An article from Fifth Estate about the continuing struggle at Walla Walla/Washington State Pentitentiary after the May 1979 uprising. Content warning for discussions of extreme violence and state brutality.

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.

Undercover Research Group: The Fifteen Questions We Work With

A short guide from the Undercover Research Group listing some of the key questions that they ask when investigating suspected undercover officers.

Davoud Rafiei a Workers Rights Activist has been punished with 74 lashes in Iran

An Iranian labour activist has been lashed 74 times for protesting the government.

Conducta Impropria - Improper Conduct [video]

Documentary interviewing many refugees from Cuba, most were denounced as homosexuals and sent to the infamous forced labour battalions based in concentration camps built in Camagüey. (Spanish/French audio, English subtitles)

Belarus: Between Imperialist Feuds and Class Movements

The following is a translation of a piece by our Italian comrades, a follow-up to the two articles we have recently published about the situation in Belarus. Since it was written, a number of developments have occurred.

Strikes in Belarus Escalate as Lukashenko's Power Wavers

Recently we have written about the background and escalation of the current opposition movement in Belarus, but in the days that followed the situation has already changed by quite a bit – with various developments in the struggle against Lukashenko’s regime. Particularly interesting are the news on the industrial action front.

Winds of Change in Belarus: Neither Dictatorship Nor Democracy Offer Anything for the Working Class

The onus lies on the workers of Belarus to seek their own solution outside of the futile battle to refurbish the shabby window dressing of democracy.