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The First of May Anarchist Alliance

The First of May Anarchist Alliance (M1) describes itself as an “organization with its members having a… history of collaboration, in some instances reaching back to the 1980’s through an array of revolutionary anarchist organizing. 4,546 more words


The CNT Splits from the IWA

The CNT in Spain has apparently decided to break from the existing International Workers’ Association and to “refound” the IWA on a new organizational basis, with each affiliate to have a minimum number of members, to have votes at IWA congresses proportional to the number of members in each affiliate, and to be a functioning anarcho-syndicalist trade union. 2,758 more words


A Look Back at Black Flame by Lucien van der Walt and Michael Schmidt

Black Flame: The Revolutionary Class Politics of Anarchism and Syndicalism was a controversial book when it came out and is even more controversial now, though for very different reasons. 1,931 more words

Hurrah for Anarchy!

Recently Dissent magazine carried a rather lame critique of anarchism by Sheri Berman. Here I present an excellent rejoinder, posted by “Patrick” (also the author?) at… 1,825 more words


Noam Chomsky: Estados Unidos, no Irán, representa la mayor amenaza | The United States, Not Iran, Poses Greatest Threat



Noam Chomsky: Estados Unidos, no Irán, representa la mayor amenaza contra la paz mundial

[C]uando Irán acude para ayudar al gobierno de Irak y al Kurdistán iraquí en la defensa contra el ataque de ISIS, eso representa una desestabilización, y tenemos que evitarlo, o puede que incluso represente una agresión. 211 more words

Happy Place, In Solidarity: Weekly Photo Challenge

Happiness is standing side by side in solidarity with family, friends, colleagues and neighbors, working toward a goal of social justice. I especially find this participation satisfying when advocating for justice and fairness in the workplace. 193 more words

Weekly Photo Challenge

Teresa Forcades Speaks on Women's Ordination

Women’s Ordination Conference
 A Voice for Women’s Equality in the Catholic Church

“We have a church that’s misogynist and it’s representing the Gospel. We need freedom, equality, and the people’s capacities to participate in the conversation.

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