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américa del norte / méxico / represión / presos Wednesday December 05, 2012 17:53 by Cruz Negra Anarquista de México
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En días pasados, a raíz de los hechos ocurridos en las manifestaciones del día 1º de Diciembre por la toma de protesta de Enrique Peña Nieto como presidente, en las que los cuerpos policiacos, tanto federales como del Distrito Federal, reprimieron brutalmente a los manifestantes, funcionarios del Gobierno del Distrito Federal, entre los que se encuentran el propio jefe de gobierno y el procurador capitalino, han realizado pronunciamientos, declarando que los responsables de los enfrentamientos son grupos anarquistas.

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north america / mexico / history Monday November 26, 2012 21:30 by Jerome Raza
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In September 2012, shortly after the end of the largest unlimited general student strike in the history of Quebec, several class-struggle anarchist organisations in Canada along with a few local chapters of the IWW put together a cross-country tour to bring the history and experiences of the Quebec student movement to students and activists outside the province. Stopping in over a dozen cities from Toronto, Ontario to Victoria, BC, the tour brought a participant in the 2012 student strike to audiences in colleges and universities as well as union halls and various cooperatives. The article that follows is based on this conference. Special thanks to Jonathan from Zabalaza for editing help!

américa del norte / méxico / la izquierda Monday May 14, 2012 23:09 by Municipio de Cherán
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Municipio Autónomo de Cherán

24, 25, 26 y 27 de mayo 2012. Cheran K´eri, municipio autónomo, Michoacán, México.

Frente a la situación de descomposición política, económica y social que atraviesa el país, en la que presenciamos un intenso y acelerado despojo de la tierra, del territorio y de los bienes naturales; frente a la creciente precarización del empleo y de los derechos de los trabajadores, a la exclusión cada vez mayor de los sistemas educativos, a la marginación y a la cultura dominante que enseña a desear la riqueza económica a toda costa; ante el contexto electoral y la situación de emergencia provocada por la clase política –actor estratégico del pacto con el capital criminal- que no da soluciones a la violencia inaudita que azota a nuestro país y la crisis de las izquierdas, consideramos necesario visibilizar y fortalecer a los pueblos organizados y a los luchadores sociales, a las alternativas que existimos abajo, con formas muy distintas de hacer política: desde el pueblo mismo, sin malos gobiernos, sin corporaciones transnacionales, sin el capital criminal, respetándonos y articulándonos en la construcción de modos de vida digna, en Autonomía y Libertad.

Por esto, convocamos al ENCUENTRO NACIONAL DE RESISTENCIAS AUTÓNOMAS ANTICAPITALISTAS en un formato de campamento. Un esfuerzo para encontrarnos, escucharnos, conocernos, compartir experiencias, saberes y sentires y así lograr un intercambio entre las autonomías anticapitalistas sobre los distintos modos de organizarnos ante los ataques del Estado y del capital; con una convocatoria abierta a todas y todos quienes quieran participar, buscamos generar un espacio de encuentro y diálogo que muestre el valor de las organizaciones, colectivos, movimientos, comunidades, hombres y mujeres dign@s frente a los acontecimientos internacionales, y frente a la situación nacional donde unos cuantos buscan disputarse el control del país.

north america / mexico / anarchist movement Tuesday May 01, 2012 06:59 by Miami Autonomy & Solidarity
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Global Crisis; American Nightmare

A global economic crisis has brought a new Great Depression to the doorsteps of working class families. While the corporations, government officials, and bureaucracies are experiencing record profits and compensation, those who are least able to pay are expected to shoulder the majority of the burden. This collapse is placed upon the backs of workers, and even more to the most oppressed in working class communities, for example: working class women, immigrants, blacks, and latinos. Despite the promises of a Democratic congress and presidency, deportations of undocumented immigrants have dramatically increased since Obama took office, tearing communities apart and criminalizing whole populations. If we don’t fight back, the crisis may drive a permanent decline in our standard of living, deepen the domination over the oppressed, and widen the gaps in American society.

But people are coming together and finding ways to support and struggle alongside each other in ways that haven’t been seen in generations. The potential of a mobilized, conscious, and active movement frightens those in power, and they are pouring money, resources, and repression into diverting potential movements. People all over the world are building new struggles: turning vacant foreclosures into homes, resisting tuition hikes and worsening education in universities, fighting cuts and injustice at work, resisting ICE deportations and challenging second class status for immigrants, launching fare strikes on transit against service cuts and fare hikes, and resisting racialized police brutality and violence against oppressed communities. Attempts to coopt these potential movements are coming out of the unions who fear changes in the comfortable relationships they have with management, from the NGOs who are funded by and keep their jobs through all those who profit off our suffering, and from the political machinery that wants to channel our anger into their careers.

[Castellano]

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amérique du nord / mexique / Éducation Friday April 13, 2012 18:25 by Marc-André Cyr
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Depuis 2008, partout dans le monde, les classes populaires luttent contre les politiques d’austérité qu’on tente de leur faire avaler à coup de discours serviles et de violence policière. La détermination est grande, les combats sont parfois épiques, mais les victoires sont malheureusement très rares. Les étudiantes et les étudiants québécois ont présentement tout en leurs mains pour créer une brèche dans ce long parcours de défaites populaires et de repli.

Voir aussi:
22 mars : Les anarchistes ont fait bloc et la lutte n’est pas prête de s’éteindre!
The role of anarchists in the Quebec student movement
Anarquistas en el movimiento estudiantil de Quebec

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