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We talked with Lauren Regan of the Civil Liberties Defense Center about the changing face of State repression and the push by the Center for a new 'War on Terror' in the wake of the far-Right attempted coup in DC.

THROWBACK THURSDAY: anti-racist skinheads from Chicago & Minneapolis in Portland with members of Portland ARA circa 1990. After the murder of Ethiopian student Mulugeta Seraw by nazis, a protracted street war ensued in Portland with anti-racists from all over facing off against boneheads there. KBOO’s podcast It Did Happen Here does an excellent job of covering this story:

Athens, Greece: Taking responsibility for the attack on American company Euronet in solidarity with Dimitris Koufontinas

Our culture is so insane that the fact that year round shipping via the northern passage is now possible due to is celebrated as progress and not scene as grim milestone.

What does urban permaculture, localized food production + autonomous anti-capitalist land projects look like in 2021? We spoke to Lobelia Commons about how they are putting this all into practice + making an anti-capitalist Farmer's Almanac in the process.

We’ve just reprinted To Change Everything, our anarchist outreach project. As the dust settles from the Trump era, this is a good time to articulate and popularize a critique of authoritarian power.

We'll gladly send you copies for the price of postage alone. You can order them here:

Support the folks at #ThisWeekinFascism who have been bringing us in-depth analysis and news on the far-Right and the antifascist struggle against it week after week!


"This question matters because mad and disabled communities are overwhelming subjected to incarceration and state violence, especially among poor and houseless communities, trans and nonbinary individuals, and communities of color. To understand what’s at stake here, we might start by examining how racial capitalism currently relates to madness and disability."

inmates launch revolt in the face of spreading and horrific conditions - community rallies in support.

The New York Times released an article today which outlines some of the connections and circumstances which formed the post-election strategy of the Trump campaign, and led to the January 6th coup attempt.

This is a dense article, with a lot of information in it. I am not going to summarize it all here (please give the article a read), but will be talking about some of the takeaways and lessons we can extract from this information.

From riots in Tacoma, clashes with police in Rochester, housing occupations, defense against evictions, and continued anti-pipeline actions - there's a lot going on! Check out our roundup and analysis on the new podcast.

YPG volunteer who fought against ISIS arrested for thought-crime for posting about protesting far-Right on social media.

IGD has a new column focused on looking at the post-rebellion landscape of repression along with prison rebel birthdays, and a roundup of abolitionist news, action, and media. Not to be missed!

On the latest episode of the It's Going Down podcast, we spoke with two members of Philadelphia Housing Action about how people were able to win over 75 vacant homes from the Philadelphia Housing Authority in the midst of a nation wide uprising.

In the midst of a nation-wide uprising, people in began squatting houses and barricading encampments. In the end, people forced the Housing Authority to turn over 75 vacant homes over to a land-trust. This is that story.

Eighteen years ago today an anti-war convergence of over 5,000 people took place in the Oakland neighborhood of , Pennsylvania.

Near the end of the permitted demonstration, a large black bloc formed and marched through the city in the middle of a blizzard, smashing the glass door of a military recruitment center.

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