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United We Stood: Writings and Analysis from the Vaughn 17

A collection of new writings and analysis from the Vaughn 17, a group of prisoners who faced charges following an uprising at the James T. Correctional Center in Delaware. Most of the Vaughn 17 are still being held indefinitely in solitary confinement in Pennsylvania. This zine was first posted at It's Going Down.

Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries: Survival, Revolt and Queer Antagonist Struggle

A collection of speeches, interviews and writings from the Stonewall veterans Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera. Edited and introduced by Ehn Nothing, published by Untorelli Press.

Prisons and Police Brutality: Last Line in the Defence of Exploitation and Oppression (Part II)

Over the past year in the United States and across the world, police violence against primarily black and brown working-class people has received renewed attention. The events that followed the murder of George Floyd at the hands of the police set off a wave of rebellion and protest beyond the US and across the world. The protest movement was quickly co-opted by sectors of the bourgeoisie, but the aftermath of the heady urban rebellions is that questions about the role of police and racism as tools of the capitalist class in dominating the workers are now asked more frequently than before.

The Culture of Vehicular Attacks: On the Murder of Deona Marie Erickson

On June 13, a driver attacked a demonstration in Minneapolis, killing Deona Marie Erickson. This is the result of years of right-wing efforts to normalize—and even legalize—vehicular attacks. This article was first published by Crimethinc.

Preamble of the Lowell Female Labor Reform Association

Preamble of the LFLRA, the first women labor organization in America, which appeared in the Voice of Industry newspaper. The LFLRA were textile workers who agitated for a ten-hour workday and other improvements.

Direct Action in the Motor City: Restaurant Workers Fight Back

Fellow Worker Graham from the Detroit IWW reports on an organizing campaign among restaurant workers there. This story was first published in the Industrial Worker.

Entretien avec Xuân Rayne, travailleur du sexe vietnamien et anarchiste

Xuân Rayne, travailleur du sexe vietnamien et anarchiste

Nous avons interviewé Xuân Rayne, un anarchiste vietnamien et un travailleur du sexe non binaire basé aux États-Unis, pour connaître leurs points de vue sur l'intersection de leurs identités, les voies de la solidarité internationale entre les travailleurs du sexe et la façon dont les travailleurs en général peuvent se tenir aux côtés des travailleurs du sexe. Xuân utilise tous les pronoms.
A translation of our interview with Xuân Rayne into French. Translated by Al Raven.

Interview with Xuân Rayne: Vietnamese, Anarchist, Sex Worker

Xuân Rayne: Vietnamese, Anarchist, Sex Worker

We interviewed Xuân Rayne, a Vietnamese anarchist and non-binary sex worker based in the United States for their insights into the intersection of their identities, the paths for international solidarity among sex workers, and how workers in general can stand with sex workers. Xuân uses any/all pronouns. 

The Forgotten History of New York’s Bagel Famines

"Remembering Local 338 and the world’s toughest bagel bakers." Written by Natasha Frost. Published by Atlas Obscura in 2018.