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Don Jennings è venuto meno l'8 marzo 2012, a Richmond, Kentucky. Era noto alla maggior parte di noi col suo pseudonimo, Randy "Prolecat" Lowens. Invece dei fiori, la famiglia gradisce contributi per qualsiasi libreria pubblica alla memoria di Don. Don ha fatto parte della Workers Solidarity Alliance, ha fondato il gruppo Capital Terminus Collective di Atlanta ed era un sostenitore di Common Struggle - Libertarian Communist Federation (già NEFAC). [English] read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / anarchist movement / feature Monday March 19, 2012 02:55 byFlint 4 comments (last - wednesday april 04, 2012 21:59) 2 images
Don Jennings passed away March 8, 2012, in Richmond, Kentucky. He is best known to many of us by his pen name, Randy "Prole Cat" Lowens. In lieu of flowers the Family request contributions to any public library in Don’s memory.
Don was a former Workers Solidarity Alliance member, a founding member of Atlanta's Capital Terminus Collective and a supporter of Common Struggle Libertarian Communist Federation. He was a prolific anarchist writer. [Italiano] read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / anarchist movement / news report Friday May 06, 2011 01:54 byFlint 2 images
This issue is on Ecology, Industry, Crisis and Alternatives: bell hooks on Intersectionalism, Transit Organizing in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and New York City; Indoor Fish Farms, Solar Power, Green Building, "The Vegetarian Myth", Ecological & Economic Crisis, and more... read full story / add a comment
Gli amici ed i compagni della NEFAC hanno saputo nel novembre 2008 della formazione della Union Communiste Libertaire (UCL) in Quebec. La UCL si inscrive all'interno di un "lungo processo riformatore" della NEFAC. Inoltre, un altro gruppo, Solidarité, si è formato sulla base di quella che prima era la NEFAC-Quebec. Dopo questi avvenimenti, molti si sono chiesti che cosa ne era della NEFAC delle origini. [English] read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / anarchist movement / press release Saturday June 27, 2009 07:17 byFlint@nefac.net 1 comment (last - monday july 13, 2009 17:36)
This January, in Boston, NEFAC's US section continued our progress toward our own reformation. We enacted a constitution and a new internal structure that were developed over the spring and summer of 2008. We dedicated time to analyze the situation we face, in which the capitalist class faces difficulty in propping up its rotting order, and proves itself willing to stretch and to take risks to do so. Most of the working class in the US remains on the defensive, but many in the social movements are also discovering openings to move things forward. NEFAC-US members compared our local experiences and discussed strategies to advance our socialist and libertarian vision in the context of this crisis. After a long period of introversion and local focus, we see these as important steps toward building a fresh, publicly active, class-struggle anarchist group rooted primarily in the northeastern United States. [Italiano] read full story / add a comment
This slim volume focuses almost exclusively on the activities of the Iraq Communist Party (ICP) and is a powerful antidote to the patronizing orientalism many leftists and anti-war activists have towards Iraq. Through the lens of the ICP, Salucci shatters the illusion that Iraq is a backward, undeveloped society dominated exclusively by a reactionary political Islam without any substantial leftist history. Revealed is a society that grows from a British-installed monarchy with an agrarian economy, through a period of communist resistance to the monarchy and colonial exploitation that was interwoven with tribal and peasant uprisings, to the labor struggles of an emerging industrial proletariat centered on the oil industry. read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / anarchist movement / anarchist communist event Friday July 07, 2006 04:18 byFlint 13 comments (last - saturday july 15, 2006 08:38)
Paul Finch is a labor activist and member of Northwest Anarchist Federation, Shop Steward BCGEU Local 1201, former Executive of the Camosun College Student Society. On a speaking tour in the northeast North America, he will critically address contempory anarchist theory, practice, strategy, and tactics... and offer some thoughts on developing a more effective praxis for the anarchist movement in North America. read full story / add a comment
An anarchist publication from NEFAC containing first hand account and analysis of the devestating effects of huriccane Katrina on the gulf coast of the U.S., and the underlying class expliotation, racism and enviromental destruction that exacerbated the tragedy; as well as stories about what anarchists are doing to help and how you can contribute.
Compiled by the Nemesis collective (Baltimore) with articles from Green Mountain Anarchist Collective (Vermont), Capital Terminus Collective (Atlanta), Punching Out (Toronto), Anarchist People of Color - Houston, and the Bay Area Radical Health Collective.
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