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north america / mexico / the left / debate Monday February 24, 2014 04:06 by Wayne Price   text 1 comment (last - thursday march 06, 2014 10:35)   image 1 image
The Platypus Society is having a panel on "Marxism and Anarchism," 3/17, in Chicago. It prepared a list of questions on the topic. These are my responses to the questions, in preparation for the discussion. read full story / add a comment
Βόρεια Αμερική / Μεξικό / Λαϊκοί Αγώνες / Γνώμη / Ανάλυση Monday February 10, 2014 16:48 by Ραούλ Ζιμπέκι   image 1 image
Είκοσι χρόνια μετά την εξέγερση του 1994, το πρόταγμα αυτονομίας και οριζοντιότητας των Ζαπατίστας έχει φτάσει να καθορίζει έναν κύκλο αγώνων σε ολόκληρη την ήπειρο. read full story / add a comment
américa del norte / méxico / community struggles / opinión / análisis Sunday February 09, 2014 22:34 by Brenda Aguilar   text 4 comments (last - wednesday april 16, 2014 07:16)   image 1 image
Lo cierto es que trata de una respuesta legitima al sufrimiento de años de violencia en manos del crimen organizado con el auspicio cínico del gobierno. Lo que pase lo decidirán los pueblos. read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / workplace struggles / opinion / analysis Thursday January 30, 2014 09:14 by Mike Harris   text 1 comment (last - saturday february 08, 2014 06:00)   image 1 image
Direct action and workplace organization rather than legislation will end inequality read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / anarchist movement / anarchist communist event Tuesday January 21, 2014 04:53 by Syndicalist   text 9 comments (last - thursday january 30, 2014 23:24)   image 1 image
Dates: Jan 21 - 25

Chile has a long history of working class struggle in shanty towns, factories, mines, community organizations, and schools. In the 20 years after the US supported coup which overthrew Salvador Allende’s government, much of the organizing was done underground. However after the fall of the dictatorship in 1990, there was a new rise of mass popular organization in the country. Anarchists have been a major force in the social movements, strategically organizing to build power. This has manifested in solidarity for the Mapuches, anarchists winning the student union elections at the University of Chile, militant pro-abortion actions, and libertarian labor organizations.

This national tour brings three individuals involved in these struggles to talk about the lessons learned and to create solidarity across hemispheres. From January to the end of February, the speakers will be traveling throughout the country and we hope that you can spread the word and hear about the important work that is happening in Chile. read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / anarchist movement / opinion / analysis Tuesday January 21, 2014 04:19 by Wayne Price   text 4 comments (last - friday may 20, 2016 08:06)   image 1 image
This essay is slightly expanded from one which was rejected by a US anarchist magazine for political reasons. It deals with a disagreement among activists: Should we propose that the movement raise a program of demands? I think that anarchists should, but with a more libertarian-democratic version than the liberals and state socialists. The essay is followed by a response to the political points raised by the editors of the anarchist journal. read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / anarchist movement / anarchist communist event Tuesday December 24, 2013 11:30 by "Struggling to Win"; Chile Speaking tour   text 4 comments (last - sunday december 29, 2013 07:09)   image 1 image
Limited U.S. national tour, begining on 10 January and ending 6 March 2014. brings three individuals involved in workplace, student, community and feminist struggles to talk about the lessons learned and to create solidarity across hemispheres. From January to the end of February, the speakers will be traveling throughout parts of the country discussing the important work that is happening in Chile. read full story / add a comment
Vikki Law
américa del norte / méxico / crime prison and punishment / entrevista Wednesday December 04, 2013 23:57 by Brenda Aguilar   image 1 image
Victoria Law es una fotógrafa, escritora y activista y madre. Involucrada en la lucha anticarcelaria desde 1996 coadyuvando en el éxito de iniciativas como Books Through Bars-New York City (Libros a través de las rejas-NY) un grupo que manda gratuitamente libros a presxs a nivel nacional en los Estados Unidos.

Desde el 2000, empezó a concentrarse en las necesidades que la lucha de las mujeres en prisiones requería, coeditando libros como Tenacious: Art and Writings in Prison (Tenaz: Arte y escritura en las prisiones) y facilitando que la escritura de mujeres encarceladas pueda ser leída fuera de las rejas, entre otros proyectos editoriales del mismo tipo. También publicó un libro titulado Resistance Behind Bars: The Struggles of Incarcerated Women (Resistencia tras las rejas: las luchas de las mujeres encarceladas, PM Press, 2009) y ganó el Premio PASS el 2009 (Prevention for a Safer Society, Prevención para una sociedad más Segura) otorgadio por el Consejo Nacional del Crimen y la Delincuencia.

En 1995 se involucró con ABC No Rio, un colectivo que administra un centro cultura en la parte sur del lado Este de Manhattan. Organizó, también, un grupo de fotógrafos activistas dentro de este mismo espacio, y desde entonces mantiene y coordina diferentes proyectos comunitarios destinados a jóvenes (exhibiciones, clases, etc).

En el 2003 colaboró con China Martens y crearon "Don't Leave Your Friends Behind," (No dejes a tu amigxs atrás), un taller que abordó las necesidades específicas de padres, madres y niñxs en los movimientos sociales radicales. Esta es una pequeña introducción de Victoria, que seguramente al resumir no hace justicia a la importante labor a la que ha estado dedicada. Regeneración Radio tuvo la oportunidad de entablar una pequeña charla que reproducimos a continuación.
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north america / mexico / miscellaneous / interview Thursday November 28, 2013 19:42 by Daniel Falcone   image 1 image
This was not an interview per se on the occasion of the 50th anniversary, but rather some comments from the past relevant to it. read full story / add a comment
nord america / messico / lotte sul territorio / opinione / analisi Thursday November 28, 2013 14:38 by S.B.   image 1 image
Quando si prende in considerazione la creazione di una "Zona No Sfratto", ricordiamoci che si tratta solo di uno strumento simbolico in un percorso basato sulla lotta di classe. [English] read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / community struggles / opinion / analysis Friday November 22, 2013 01:14 by S.B.   image 1 image
When considering creating an "Eviction Free Zone," you have to remember that it is only a rhetorical tool in the advance of a class-based agenda. [Italiano] read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / the left / opinion / analysis Friday November 22, 2013 00:52 by S.B.   image 1 image
As we engage in larger social movements, it can be easy to lose sight of our endgame and essentially function as a type of "social democrat." Here are some key reasons and methods for avoiding this, as well as countering the progressive election logic during voting season. read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / the left / opinion / analysis Tuesday November 05, 2013 02:33 by Minnesota Local Collective   image 1 image
Campaigns teach by more than what is in their written programs. Even if the campaign was more explicitly radical, functionally it is teaching people that social change comes about through electing better politicians. The campaign has all the features of a mainstream election effort – adoration of a single personality, exaggeration of his “leadership”, meaningless pledges to “get results for you”. This is an elitist approach that reinforces the passivity of people by making someone else the “leader” who gets things done, instead of arguing for all of us to take control over our own lives. The activists and community members who have dived into the Ty Moore campaign are not prioritizing organizing one-on-ones to plan direct actions at work, at school, or in their neighborhoods, or discussing and debating how to replace the racist police with community militias or how narrow gender-roles stifle our humanity or how to build rank & file power against the union bureaucracy. They are rallying around “our guy” and training people to fundraise and to get out the vote. This is the main lesson that participants in the campaign are gaining: How to participate in this unjust system. read full story / add a comment
Workers, community allies, and others rallied in front of the store
north america / mexico / workplace struggles / press release Saturday November 02, 2013 02:09 by Stephanie Basile   image 1 image
Dylan's Candy Bar workers staged a lively rally outside the store's flagship location Wednesday night. read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / workplace struggles / news report Tuesday October 29, 2013 01:04 by Shane B   image 1 image
Here is a look at the new campaign of the Portland Solidarity Network, and how their organizing format provides a new avenue for alternative labor. read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / anarchist movement / feature Tuesday October 22, 2013 07:22 by Wayne Price   text 9 comments (last - saturday december 14, 2013 22:57)   image 1 image
Democratic Party politicians have denounced right-wing Republicans as "anarchists." Why? Are they "anarchists"? What about rightwingers who call themselves "libertarians"? Are "anarcho-capitalists" really anarchists? Are they consistent with the tradition of "individualist anarchism"? read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / anarchist movement / link to audio Wednesday October 02, 2013 19:55 by Rochester Red and Black   image 1 image
As part of the multi-city Building a Revolutionary Anarchism Speaking Tour, Colin O’Malley stopped in Austin, Texas, to discuss the these ideas with a crowd at Monkey Wrench Books. read full story / add a comment
amérique du nord / mexique / migration / racisme / communiqué de presse Thursday September 19, 2013 12:35 by Collectif Emma Goldman   image 1 image
Horreur et stupeur sont des mots bien insuffisants pour exprimer notre dégoût face au crime haineux perpétré samedi après-midi à l’endroit de la Mosquée de Chicoutimi. Nous qui militons au quotidien pour abattre ces frontières formées de préjugés, de violence, d’oppression, de privilège et d’ignorance, sommes attristé-e-s par cette nouvelle manifestation d’un système d’oppression – le racisme – bien présent chez nous. Alors que nous voyons dans cet acte la continuité d’une campagne de propagande haineuse d’un groupuscule raciste de la région, nous nous insurgeons également contre des formes de racisme beaucoup plus répandues et banalisées dans notre milieu. À l’ombre des bêtes idées-marketing de « ville accueillante » (sans action) et des vaines quêtes du journalisme policier de nos grands médias, nous émettons cette déclaration à partager : du courage naît l’espoir, l’espoir de vaincre et terrasser toutes les formes d’oppression. C’est un appel à l’action. [Engilsh] read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / migration / racism / press release Thursday September 19, 2013 12:01 by Collectif Emma Goldman   image 1 image
Words like shock and horror do not do enough to express our disgust before the hate crime perpetrated Saturday afternoon against the Chicoutimi Mosque. We who are active every day tearing down these borders built of prejudices, violence, oppression, privilege and ignorance, are saddened by this new manifestation of a system of oppression – racism – that is widespread where we live. [Français] read full story / add a comment
north america / mexico / education / news report Saturday September 14, 2013 07:12 by Scott Campbell   image 1 image   video 2 video files
With the state pushing reform forward, the National Representative Assembly of the CNTE decided to call off the beginning of the school year and declared an indefinite work stoppage starting on August 19. They called for a massive convergence in the Zócalo and for more than three weeks, over 40,000 teachers from all corners of Mexico have reinforced the encampment, turning the Zócalo into a tent and tarp city. read full story / add a comment
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