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north america / mexico / repression / prisoners Wednesday October 20, 2010 20:36 byJake
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The North Eastern Federation of Anarchist Communists (NEFAC) condemns the Federal Bureau of Investigations' raids on anti-war and anti-colonial organizers, which began the morning of Friday, September 24th in the Twin Cities and Chicago, and the intimidation of organizers across the country.

As one of the FBI's main strategies has been to divide movements for change into small ineffectual factions, we call on our brothers and sisters of all radical, revolutionary, and progressive backgrounds to come together in the streets and in front of FBI offices to demonstrate unity in the face of this repression. We will protest these aggressions as if they were committed against our own membership.

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  • américa del norte / méxico / luchas indígenas Wednesday July 07, 2010 22:47 byMarcela Romero Juárez y Guadalupe Jiménez López
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    El Municipio Autónomo de San Juan Copala, ubicado en el estado de Oaxaca e integrado por comunidades indígenas triqui, representa una de las muchas y diversas formas en que los pueblos indígenas de México están construyendo su derecho colectivo a la autonomía.

    Los primeros años del gobierno autónomo en San Juan Copala demostraron que sí se puede cambiar la realidad a partir de la propia historia, que sí se puede crear otras formas de convivencia, que, junto con otras luchas, sí se puede…

    amérique du nord / mexique / Économie Tuesday July 06, 2010 22:26 bySecrétariat externe UCL
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    Les anti-capitalistes à Toronto

    L'UCL veut saluer le courage de toutes les personnes, radicales ou non, qui ont osé défier le climat de terreur installé par l'État et qui ont pris part aux manifestations contre le Sommet du G20 à Toronto.

    L'État a montré son vrai visage répressif en fin de semaine mais l'opération policière est en train de tourner au fiasco en terme de relations publiques pour les forces de répression et c'est tant mieux. Que nous ayons été à Toronto ou pas, nous sommes des milliers à être révoltés par ce que nous avons vu. Ne faisons pas l'erreur de croire que c'est terminé. Nous ne devons pas oublier nos camarades qui sont encore en prison en Ontario. C'est pourquoi nous appelons à joindre massivement la manifestation en solidarité avec les victimes de la répression politique le 1er juillet.

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    américa del norte / méxico / represión / presos Wednesday May 05, 2010 18:40 byVoces Oaxaqueñas Construyendo Autonomía y Libertad
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    Bety Cariño

    DECLARACION POLITICA DE VOCAL SOBRE LA AGRESION PARAMILITAR QUE SUFRIO LA CARAVANA DE OBSERVACION Y SOLIDARIDAD CON EL MUNICIPIO AUTONOMO DE SAN JUAN COPALA EL DIA 27 DE ABRIL DEL 2010

    Hacemos un llamado a compañeros del mundo, que laboran en la tarea de Observación internacional a mantenerse atentos al proceso de lucha de los pueblos de Oaxaca, que como ha demostrado la brutal emboscada del 27 de abril, se encuentran en una espiral creciente de violencia y agresión por parte del gobierno y paramilitares.

    Hacemos un llamado urgente a todas las organizaciones del movimiento social de la APPO y al movimiento social a nivel nacional e internacional a poner sus ojos en San Juan Copala y a organizarnos en un futuro inmediato en una gran caravana de solidaridad que rompa el cerco que mantiene el PRI-UBISORT contra el municipio autónomo de San Juan Copala

    Ver también:

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    north america / mexico / culture Friday March 26, 2010 16:49 byRudolfTB   text 3 comments (last - friday april 23, 2010 10:23)
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    Joe Hill (1879–1915)

    This article discusses how the early IWW used music both as an organising tool and as a means of developing a sense of community among its members. It puts these activities in the context of the politics and practical activity of the IWW during this period.

    One of the main reasons for the establishment of the IWW in 1905 was a recognition that there was a need for a revolutionary labor union that could organise on a national level. The industrial tactic that the IWW promoted aimed at creating cohesion in the working class and ensuring that union organized workers would stand together and support each other when there was a strike. It was important for the IWW to organize groups of workers that others were hesitant to organize and in some cases directly hostile to, for example women, unskilled workers, unemployed workers, black workers and immigrants.
    In their struggle to promote their politics, the IWW was a singing union. From 1910 to 1960 the IWW's songbook, still in print, was regarded by many workers as one of their most beloved possessions. The songbook was one of the IWW's most important documents and its songs were sung in numerous situations: around hobo campfires, in boxcars, in Wobbly halls, in the streets, on picket lines, at strike rallies, in court, on the way to jail and in jail. The songs were a crucial aid in recruiting new members, and they were important in building a sense of fellowship and in keeping spirits up in hard situations

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    textLIBERTAD 12 PRESOS ELOXOCHITLAN, OAXACA, MEXICO Apr 30 09:14 by ComiteSolidaridadPresosPerseguidosEloxochitlan 0 comments

    Breve comunicado sobre el terrorismo de estado impuesto en Eloxochitlan, Sierra Mazateca, Oaxaca, Mexico

    00b9e731d0c62724f75ce5376316d89e.jpg imageZapata y el indígenismo Apr 27 21:26 by Lucha Libertaria - Rebeldía Contrainformativa 0 comments

    Hace poco hace 97 años (el 10 de Abril), moría Emiliano Zapata tras ser manipulado y engañado para ser abatido en una emboscada donde ni siquiera se encontraba preparado por las fuerzas estatales. Un militante, un revolucionario social que hasta el último día de vida luchó por la transformación total de la sociedad de forma conjunta con el pueblo, para alcanzar la verdadera justicia social. Zapata ,si bien nunca se definió o se tuvo conocimiento de un conciencia deliberadamente anarquista, su praxis y su lucha por la Tierra y la Libertad, son evidentemente una praxis libertaria. Además, es claro que se agrupó durante el periodo de la revolución mexicana, con gran cantidad de individuos libertarios, que variaban desde militantes del Partido Liberal Mexicano, durante su periodo comunista libertario, cuando había una enorme influencia magonista; hasta otras organizaciones como fueron las feministas libertarias, Las Hijas de Anahuac. Estos y muchos otros individuos que compartieron experiencias, charlas y luchas con Zapata fueron configurando en él, así no fuera con un discurso explícitamente anarquista, al Zapata que vendría a ser reconocido con el máxime: “La tierra es de quien la trabaja.”

    textA New Vision or a New Reformism? Apr 01 10:45 by Wayne Price 2 comments

    There is a new approach on the U.S. Left, which rejects both capitalism and state socialism. In several ways it resembles anarchism. It has been promoted by The Next System Project, and has been critiqued recently by Sam Gindin--who makes some insightful comments, but also demonstrates limitations.

    Trotsky tinha uma série de voluntários tanto para sua guarda pessoal como para o trabalho político. Mas ao contrário do que estamos acostumados no anarquismo, o ex-dirigente bolchevique trabalhava em um quarto próprio enquanto sua base em outra sala. imageCrime histórico e farsa política no México (D.F), parte 3: uma crítica ao Museu Trotsky Mar 05 00:18 by BrunoL 0 comments

    04 de março de 2016, Bruno Lima Rocha

    Nesta última postagem a respeito do crime histórico e da farsa política no México trago algumas observações do Museu Trotsky, onde estive em fevereiro de 2016 durante viagem absolutamente turística e curta, portanto, sem finalidades militantes, embora nunca se consiga fugir do dever. Nesta casa onde viveu o camarada Lev Bronstein, cujo nome de guerra era León Trotsky. O centro de memória funciona neste local no tradicional bairro Coyoacán, e tem como entidade cobertura o Instituto de Direito de Asilo e segundo me informaram no local, trata-se de uma instituição coordenada pelos familiares descendentes do ex-comandante do Exército Bolchevique.

    textThe Attempted “Rehabilitation” of the Communist Party USA Feb 26 20:49 by Wayne Price 3 comments

    In recent decades, there have been efforts to "rehabilitate" the U.S. Communist Party as an historical model for the Left. Anti-authoritarian socialists and anarchists find this troubling. Whle the CP did some good things it also did some very bad things. A brief summary of its history demonstrates that and explains why this is.

    No Museu Nacional de História não havia uma representação ilustrativa dos militantes anarquistas citados e tampouco o programa do Partido Liberal Mexicano (PLM). imagePara refletir: crime histórico e farsa política no México (D.F), parte 1: o apagamento da ... Feb 26 08:37 by BrunoL 0 comments

    25 de fevereiro de 2016, Bruno Lima Rocha

    Introdução: Para refletir. No excelente Museu Nacional de História do México há uma série de murais representando a Revolução Mexicana com os sindicatos organizados com bandeiras vermelhas e negras além de estandartes do mutualismo. Tem referências soltas a Ricardo Flores Magón e seu irmão Enrique, nada de Praxedes Guerrero e em nenhum momento o termo anarquista ou anarquismo é citado. Nos murais de Diego Rivera e alguns de seus amigos e aliados estalinistas vez por outra incluem uma foice e martelo sendo que o Partido Comunista Mexicano (PCM) foi criado após a Revolução. A curadoria do Museu e do INAH – Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e História, o órgão gestor – foi cúmplice da mentira da historiografia marxista e seus aliados priistas. Nesta curta série de três textos tem para todo mundo. Logo, não se empolguem amigos e amigas da 4a Internacional. Na casa museu de Trotsky, também sobra inverdade e omissão histórica.

    220pxenrique_flores_magon1918.jpg imageAddress Of Enrique Flores Magon In The Federal Court, Los Angeles, June 22, 1916 Jan 27 04:04 by Enrique Flores Magon 0 comments

    Powerful address by the Mexican anarchist-communist revolutionary, Enrique Flores Magon, brother to fellow anarchist-communist militants Jesus and Ricardo Flores Magon. This address was given to a US court, defending the brothers' fight for "the emancipation of the downtrodden, particularly of the Mexican proletarians, and of the disinherited all over the world in general." It defends the then-ongoing Mexican Revolution against imperialism and capitalism, argues for anarchist-communism, and makes an internationalist appeal to the American working class for joint struggle against tyrants and exploiters, stressing common class realities.

    The brothers Enrique and Ricardo Flores Magon were at the time in exile, in the USA, conducting revolutionary work. They were arrested several times, this speech being given during the trial that followed their arrest in 1916 for distributing "indecent materials" (both were found guilty). Ricardo was again arrested in 1918 for sedition, given 20 years, and died in a US prison in 1922. Enrique was released in 1923 and returned to Mexico.

    textThe Militarization of Policing: Defending the Movements, Challenging the Police Jan 13 22:20 by Lesley J. Wood 0 comments

    After the killing of Michael Brown in the streets of Ferguson, Missouri in the late summer of 2014, protests erupted, and the Black Lives Matter spread across North America to protest police violence, too often systematically directed at poor and racialized communities. The massive police presence at these protests, with weapons and armoured vehicles that looked and felt like major military deployments, made it clear to all that something fundamental had taken place in policing practices and strategies. The intensification and extension of the coercive and security branches of the state was well-known since the declaration of the ‘war on terror’ in 2001, and the subsequent leaks of official documents by Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning and others. The hardening of the state in its day-to-day operations at the most local levels could now be seen everywhere by all, in an increasing confrontation with the democratic rights of assembly and protest.

    Lesley Wood's recent book, Crisis and Control: The Militarization of Protest Policing (2014), locates these developments in a longer term perspective in relation to the spread of neoliberalism. Analyzing police agencies, strategies and practices from the mid-1990s to the present, she identifies a range of the structural and political forces that have led to the militarization of policing, particularly in North America, but also in trends that extend to Europe. This involves detailing a new matrix in the relations between the security, national police and defence apparatuses of the state with local police forces and the defence and security industries. Professional police associations and their various conferences and conventions have become important nodes for the spread of ‘best-practice policing’, in the form of kettling, barricading, infiltration and pre-emptive arrests, usage of new anti-protest weaponry, security screening, local intelligence-gathering capacities and the like. But also as sites where the case is made for an increase in police budgets, more capital intensification of policing and thus for accumulation by the ‘coercive’ industries (which define modern urbanism as much as the so-called ‘creative’ sector).

    In a period of sharpening inequality, permanent neoliberal austerity, and hard right forces gaining ground, the logic for a further militarization of policing, securitizing of cities, and curtailing and limiting protests. In her book, Wood seeks not only to map these developments in North America through time, but also to expose the contradictions in the new forms of policing in capitalist states, and begin to pose how social and anti-capitalist movements will have to respond to ‘demilitarize our relations’.

    Lesley Wood teaches sociology at York University, Toronto and Greg Albo teaches political science at York University.

    textPress Advisory- N.Y. City Anarchist Bookfair Apr 16, 2016 Jan 04 05:42 by Edward Saroyan 1 comments

    NYC ANARCHIST BOOKFAIR - 10th anniversary
    What: 2016 Annual NYC Anarchist BookFair
    Where: Judson Memorial Church, 55 Washington Square South, in Manhattan
    When: Book Fair—Sat., April 16, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
    Art Festival—Fri., April 15, 7 p.m. - 5 a.m.
    Film Festival—Sat., April 16, 7 p.m. - 1 a.m.

    miradaezln.jpg imageEZLN a 22 años de su primera aparición pública: ¡Ya basta! ¡Y hasta aquí se acabó la pacie... Jan 02 08:02 by Comandancia General del Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nac 0 comments

    En todos los rincones del mundo que dolía antes y duele ahora, hubo y hay gente digna y rebelde que resistió, que resiste contra la muerte que impone el de arriba.

    Jamar Clark - murdered by Minneapolis Police imageWhat is at Stake in North Minneapolis and #Justice4Jamar Dec 22 11:16 by db 0 comments

    The horrific execution of an unarmed, handcuffed, on the ground black man in front of dozens of witnesses has led to an outburst of struggle whose fire is not spent and whose meaning is still being defined. In this article, I will argue that what is at stake in this struggle is the future of North Minneapolis, which, in miniature, is a question of the future of our cities and of working class people across the country.

    Murray Bookchin in 1989 imageMurray Bookchin— Anarchism without the Working Class Dec 03 13:40 by Wayne Price 0 comments

    Murray Bookchin was an influential and prolific writer and thinker on anarchism. Recently his work has been in the news. While he made significant contributions, he made a major error in rejecting the working class as important for an anarchist revolution. This article reviews why he believed this and why, on the contrary, the working class must be a major force for a successful anarchist revolution.

    joehillstandstill.gif image1915-2015: Joe Hill, il sindacalista rivoluzionario dell'Industrial Workers of the World Nov 20 02:04 by Alternativa Libertaria/FdCA 0 comments

    La vita di Joe Hill non è separabile da quella del suo sindacato, dall'IWW

    rr41914dd.jpg imageThe Attack on Immigrants in the USA Nov 19 03:48 by Wayne Price 0 comments

    In the US, right-wing politicians have attacked all immigrants, Latinos, and Arabs and Muslims, by whipping up nativist and racist hysteria. They promote "research" blaming immigrants for a lack of jobs. Liberals want "comprehensive" immigration policies which will also increase repression.

    maxresdefault.jpg imageMessico: terrorismo di stato, capitalismo criminale e resistenza antisistema Nov 01 16:21 by Núcleo Comunista Libertario 0 comments

    In territorio messicano, il governo di Peña Nieto si è reso responsabile di numerosi massacri contro quei cuori insorti che resistono all'oblio, alla morte ed all'impunità. Un esempio di questi massacri è la scomparsa, più di un anno fa, di 43 studenti della Scuola Normale Atyotzinapa all'interno di uno straziante processo di messa a tacere del pensiero critico, di persecuzione dei progetti educativi indipendenti e di contenimento della protesta sociale. Utilizzando i trafficanti di droga, il "para-Stato" messicano ha fisicamente ucciso decine di giovani speranze che cercavano di trasformare questo sistema marcio a partire dalla loro vita quotidiana e dal loro lavoro come insegnanti in formazione. [Castellano]

    Our starting point in both our perspective and in our current work is the importance of organizing for the social self-defense of the working-class and oppressed communities. imageSocial Struggle in the Coming Period Oct 29 05:19 by First of May Anarchist Alliance 0 comments

    The following points represent a brief statement of priorities, an outline of some of the perspectives our organization has decided on to help guide our thinking and actions in the coming period. We do not want to overstate where our organization is at in our analysis and organizing, nor are these points a substitute for the hard discussions our organization still must have. These points developed out of reviews and discussions of the nature of the current period, the continuing wave of social protest domestically and abroad, and how we as a small and specific group of anarchist revolutionaries can participate in and help build those movements for dignity, justice and freedom.
    by First of May Anarchist Alliance, Autumn 2015

    maxresdefault.jpg imageMéxico: Terrorismo de estado, capitalismo criminal y resistencias antisistémicas Oct 26 00:36 by Núcleo Comunista Libertario 0 comments

    En las tierras mexicanas, para no irse muy lejos, el gobierno de Peña Nieto ha venido cometiendo innumerables masacres en contra de los corazones insurrectos que se resisten al olvido, la muerte y la impunidad. Ejemplo de ello fue la desaparición, hace más de un año, de 43 estudiantes de la escuela normal de Atyotzinapa en un proceso atroz de silenciamiento del pensamiento crítico, de persecución a proyectos educativos autónomos y de contención de la protesta social. Con ayuda de los narcos, el “paraestado” mexicano asesinó físicamente a decenas de jóvenes esperanza que intentaban transformar este sistema podrido desde su cotidianidad y desde su labor como docentes en formación. [Italiano]

    textComment on “Democratic Socialists of America: Strategy Document Draft” (September 15, 20... Oct 25 04:23 by Wayne Price 0 comments

    Commentary on a recent draft document on the strategy and vision of the Democratic Socialists of America, from the viewpoint of revolutionary libertarian socialism (anarchism).

    textCinquième édition du bulletin régional Le Pic-Bois, "Pour en finir avec le travail", maint... Oct 24 08:06 by Collectif Emma Goldman 0 comments

    Le Pic-Bois est un bulletin d’information libertaire régional publié au Saguenay depuis 2010. Diffusé par le Collectif anarchiste Emma Goldman et ses ami-e-s, le Pic-Bois met de l’avant la construction d’alternatives sociales et d’un pouvoir populaire pour changer la société ici et maintenant. Oiseau tapageur et rebelle, le Pic-Bois vous informe et sensibilise pour rompre avec l’ordre établi.

    Ce cinquième numéro est entièrement consacré à la question du travail. Il a pour but de susciter des réflexions critiques et des débats à propos de cet élément majeur (et accapareur) de nos vies en système capitaliste. Si vous souhaitez faire la distribution du journal sur votre campus, dans votre voisinage ou dans votre lieu de travail, sentez vous bien sûr libre de faire des photocopies à partir du fichier que l'on joint ici.

    textThe Rise and Fall of The Green Mountain Anarchist Collective Sep 27 06:37 by David Van Deusen 0 comments

    For a decade the Green Mountain Anarchist Collective did its part... This is its story...

    rojavawomen.jpg imageOur Perspectives and Tasks on the Revolution in Rojava Sep 09 16:58 by Black Rose Anarchist Federation / Federación Anarquista Rosa 0 comments

    As revolutionaries in North America we would like to outline the foundations of our political perspective as well as how we as an organization have agreed to relate the recent events and the struggle underway in Rojava in the Middle East. [Castellano]

    rojavawomen.jpg imageNuestras perspectivas y tareas sobre la Revolución en Rojava Sep 09 16:51 by Black Rose Anarchist Federation / Federación Anarquista Rosa 0 comments

    Como revolucionarios en Norteamérica quisiéramos resumir los fundamentos de nuestra perspectiva política. Como organización hemos acordado relacionarnos con los eventos recientes y el progreso de la lucha en Rojava en el Oriente Medio. [English]

    textThe "60's" Semi-Civil War Conditions In the U.S. (and elsewhere too!) With an Anarchistic ... Jul 30 01:55 by bob mcglynn 0 comments

    This is by an author who summerized the " 60's civil war in the U.S." in a few short paragraphs.
    I add in a long intro slamming the media etc. for reducing the 60's to ONLY the civil rights movement (leaving out the more radical/revolutionary currants like the Black Panthers), and the peace movement (leaving out the equally massive important- to way generalize a complicated mixed scene- anti-war/anti-imperialist movement.
    I mention anarchistic tides such as the all over the map student movement that burned down buildings to fight en loco parentis- in the place of parents- fight for personal freedom and to be treated like adults- the effect of which, though modified, can be scene on today's campus's. I mention the hippies/freaks who were everywhere and anarchist if not conciously than in effect.
    I go into womens/gay etc movements. The incredible revolution in creative music called "the soundtrack for the revolution" that was picked up in the underground of the Soviet Bloc whose lyrics could'nt be understood but meant "freedom". I mention BIG TIME that guys could be incredibly liberated to grow their hair long...
    I give alot of play to the formation of the Vietnam Veterans Against the War which was the only group of vets in U.S. history to oppose a war still in effect that had plenty of effect as U'll see... much more...
    Then finally i quote the text mentioned at the beginning by another author.

    textResponse to Crimethinc’s “Why We Don’t Make Demands” Jul 23 19:45 by Wayne Price 15 comments

    A response to Crimethinc's statement, "Why We Don't Make Demands." Wayne argues that revolutionary anarchists should propose to movements which they are part of to raise militant, radical, demands. Done in dialogue with the people, it moves the struggle forward and challenges the state and the capitalist class.

    textCurrency Workers Vote for Change With RWDSU Jun 15 18:33 by Stephanie Basile 0 comments

    Change Group workers endured an intense union busting campaign to win their election 17-2. They are now about to engage in a contract fight with the company.

    voto2.jpg imageElecciones en México se desarrollan en medio de manifestaciones Jun 08 19:14 by Solidaridad 0 comments

    En el sur del país se produjeron quema de urnas y tomas de edificios estatales. La población protesta en contra de la corrupción en las que se han visto involucrados gran parte de los políticos mexicanos. La represión no se ha hecho esperar y mantiene a numerosos municipios militarizados.

    mortar3cover.jpg imageMortar, no. 3: Editorial - here we go again Jun 07 17:44 by Linchpin 0 comments

    Thanks for picking up the third volume of Mortar, Common Cause’s journal of revolutionary anarchist theory. In our two previous journals, the article topics that we chose to explore and expound upon were, more often than not, grounded in our own direct experiences, such as organizing in our neighbourhoods against gentrification, navigating the dynamics of Left/activist spaces, and confronting sexual violence.

    11148654_929531673765102_4567815469268874927_n.png imageΗ Κομμούνα της Μπ ... Jun 05 17:32 by Dmitri (republishing) 0 comments

    Στα 1908 το PLM ενορχήστρωσε από τις ΗΠΑ όπου βρισκόταν το εξόριστο αρχηγείο του, μια εκστρατεία ανταρτοπολέμου ενάντια σε μια σειρά από πόλεις του βόρειου Μεξικού. Μικρές ομάδες ένοπλων αναρχικών παρεισέφρυσαν στην μεξικανική επικράτεια από τις ΗΠΑ και διενήργησαν ταυτόχρονες επιθέσεις εναντίον της Βέρα Κρους, της Κουαχίλα, της… . όπως προέβλεπε το στρατηγικό πλάνο που είχε καταστρώσει το Πολεμικό Συμβούλιο (junta στα ισπανικά) του PLM.

    pso.jpg imagePrairie Struggle is Dead and the Struggle Continues Jun 03 14:47 by Prairie Struggle Organization 1 comments

    As much as this pains those who have participated in the anarchist communist experience between 2011 and 2014 in the Canadian prairies, today, Prairie Struggle announces its official secession and subsequent disbandment. To this day, Prairie Struggle was the only specific platformist organization in the Canadians prairies. Though some may recall the existence of an anarchist communist group in Regina affiliated to the ACF (Anarchist Communist Federation of North America) in the 80s, organized anarchism in the prairies has had many difficulties, some of which the Prairie Struggle Project has failed to overcome. Despite its downfall, Prairie Struggle, for one last time, offers a look into the organization, its failures and its small victories.

    baltimore_2.jpg imageMettre le feu à la corde : sur la Révolte de baltimore et les autres à venir May 13 21:47 by Romina Akemi 0 comments

    Les nouvelles images de jeunes noires de Baltimore résistant à la police anti-émeutes ne sont pas sans rappeler celles des manifestations de Ferguson l’été dernier. Elles ne sont également pas sans rappeler les émeutes de Los Angeles en 1992, tout comme les nombreux soulèvements populaires aux Etats-Unis contre les crimes policiers racistes en 1968. Et l’on pourrait remonter encore plus loin dans l’histoire de ce pays. Il existe de nombreuses histoires de ce genre. La liste des morts imputés à la violence d’un état raciste est longue. Beaucoup en viennent donc à se demander si n’est pas venu pour eux le moment d’abattre ce système capitaliste raciste ? [Castellano] [English]

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