Tag Archives: racism
… nonviolence, in its current manifestations, is based on falsified histories of struggle. It has implicit and explicit connections to white people’s manipulations of the struggles of people of color. Its methods are wrapped in authoritarian dynamics, and its results … Continue reading
The african/black american struggle against slavery and racism far predates the rebellions of 1968. Yet the 1960s marked an intensification in this struggle, comparable to few other moments in recent history. We will not pretend to analyse this struggle in … Continue reading
(art by penny) What would a politics look like that promised not to end but to embrace precariousness, not as an inescapable economic “reality” (which is what our current system of financialized austerity pledges) but as a socio-ontological sine qua … Continue reading
The Democratic Party has led Black America down a dead end. The sooner we begin to understand that, the more realistically we will be able to organize against fascism. by William C. Anderson and Zoé Samudzi from Roar Magazine #5
What follows is the second of a two part essay from the collective Out of the Woods, posted on Libcom.org, reflecting on refugees-migrants, climate change, the violence of border politics, anti-migrant populisms and no borders politics.
From the anarchist collective CrimethInc., a reflection on the collective sexual assaults on during Cologne’s new year’s eve celebrations, and more …
We share below an essay by David Graeber on a report by the the department of justice of the united states on the Ferguson Police Department, originally published on Gawker (19/03/2015). See also Black Skin White Cops.
The killing of a homeless black man on March the 1st by the Los Angeles police, one more in the never ending list of murders, is tragic testimony to the racism and violence of capitalist states for whom the “economically … Continue reading
Squatting is politically significant as part of a conscious project to contest the sanctity of private property, the exclusive role of the State in securing rights and providing for social needs, as experiments in autonomous self-management, which multiplied, both create … Continue reading
… totalitarianism makes people superfluous as human beings. Hannah Arendt Originally posted on No Borders Morocco. The violence in Boukhalef, a quarter of Tangier in the North of Morocco, has reached a new dimension. Friday night, the 29th of August, … Continue reading