Weekly Link Round-up

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Weekly Link Round-Up 9/24/12-10/1/2012

A gathering of worthwhile links of interest both old and new. Presence here does not indicate agreement on our part. Protesters Take to Street in Madrid Citybikes Co-op Maintains Antisemitic President, Portland Anti-racists Call for Boycott of Business Who’s afraid of Muslim Rage? Why I Refuse to Vote for Barack Obama Obama’s Scramble for Africa … Continue reading

Weekly Link Round-Up 9/18/12-9/24/12

A gathering of worthwhile links of interest both old and new. Presence here does not indicate agreement on our part. Vice: The Innocence of White People POOR Magazine: Occupy Was Never 4 Me- (1 Yr Later) Get Your Ass Out to Texas and Fight the Tar Sands Pipeline! In Which My Worlds Super-Collide Tides of … Continue reading

Weekly Link Round-Up 9/10/12-9/17/2012

Happy birthday, Occupy Wall Street! A gathering of worthwhile links of interest both old and new. Presence here does not indicate agreement on our part. OWS: WATCH LIVE: #S17 Live updates from The Guardian: Occupy Wall Street protests return for one-year anniversary Democracy Now: Monday, September 17, 2012 The Nation: Occupy, After Occupy Jacobin: Debt: … Continue reading

Weekly Link Round-Up 9/4-9/10/12

A gathering of worthwhile links of interest both old and new. Presence here does not indicate agreement on our part. WSJ: Debtor Arrests Criticized WSJ: Are Debtors’ Prisons Coming Back? The Atlantic: Fear of a Black President Counterpunch: Keep Portland White! Green is the New Red: Debunked: Prosecutors and Press Calling a Militia Cell “Anarchists” … Continue reading

Weekly Link Roundup August 27th-September 3rd

A gathering of worthwhile links of interest both old and new. Presence here does not indicate agreement on our part. Software Meant to Fight Crime Is Used to Spy on Dissidents The Conservative Lorax China in Revolt It’s Not Rhetoric to Draw Parallels with Nazism Gimme the Loot

Weekly Link Round Up August 8/21-8/27

A gathering of worthwhile links of interest both old and new. Presence here does not indicate agreement on our part. Kasama Project: Remembering George Jackson & re-thinking revolutionary strategy What’s wrong with activism? SeaSol and the Sanctity of Small Businesses How does class matter? Horizontal Power Hour Against the Grain You Gotta Work the Culture If … Continue reading

Weekly Link Round-Up 8/14-8/20/12

Why Don’t American Students Strike? Impressions from the International Anarchism Gathering at St. Imier, Switzerland The Key To Power The 2012 Strike in Quebec: Full Report ANC Throws Off Its Mask! Video: The New Zapatistas? Richard Aoki, Man Who Armed Black Panthers, Was FBI Informant Richard Aoki: Snitch Jacketing 2.0? The Wrong Reasons to Back … Continue reading

Weekly Link Round-Up 8/7-8/13/12

A gathering of worthwhile links of interest both old and new. Presence here does not indicate agreement on our part.   News: Reclaiming the Forests and the Right to Feel Safe Analysis: Intakes: Communities, commodities and class in the August 2011 riots Analysis: Between the Leninists and the Clowns: Avoiding recklessness and professionalism in revolutionary … Continue reading

Weekly Link Roundup 7/31-8/6/12

A gathering of worthwhile links of interest both old and new. Presence here does not indicate agreement on our part. Democracy Now – FBI raids in Northwest (9:50 for FBI raids in Northwest) Portland Mercury – FBI Raids Home Across Northwest – Looks Like Targeting Anarchists Green Is the New Red: FBI Agents Raid Homes … Continue reading

Weekly Link Round Up 7/24-7/30

A gathering of worthwhile links of interest both old and new. Presence here does not indicate agreement on our part. sacrifice in movements (and ritualistic tactical hierarchies) Go: For a Winning Anarchist Strategy Horizontal Power Hour Against the Grain: Life Without Parole; Native Struggles, Anatomy of a Riot, The Technopolitics of Uranium