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Miami Students: Solidarity with Chilean Students and Popular Struggles

Students and activists in Miami held a protest outside the Chilean consulate in downtown Miami Monday August 8th. The rally was organized by Students Working for Equal Rights, a student organization at campuses throughout Florida that organizes around student and immigrant issues. Protesters handed out leaflets calling for solidarity with students struggling for education in […]

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Anarchism and the Environment: A Northeastern Anarchist Release Party

Join Four Star, Rising Tide – Chicago and the Industrial Workers of the World for discussion, refreshments and the Chicago release of NEFAC’s Northeastern Anarchist magazine Issue #15 on “The Environment, Industry, Crisis & Alternatives.” Donations welcome to benefit the Chicago contingent to the  Midwest Rising: Convergence 2011. Or swing by this cool benefit party […]

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The Work and the Job

“I don’t think I’m cut out to be an employee.” It was a bitter joke.  My friend had just finished venting about one of her two jobs.  She was typing to me just after getting bossed around on the smallest details of her job at a small nonprofit.  After that, she had an evening as […]

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History of the Quimbo in Colombia: dammed or damned?

by Nutria (MAS)- The Quimbo Dam in the Department of Huila, Colombia is one of the largest infrastructure mega projects the country is currently implementing. It is expected to be functional in 2014. Not any smaller then the Dam is this megaproject´s ecological and social impacts. The peak over the beach along the Magdalena River downhill […]

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La historia del Quimbo: ¿represa o represión?

    por Nutria (MAS)-  La Represa del Quimbo, en el Huila, es uno de los proyectos más grandes de infraestructura que se adelantan en el país. Se espera que la hidroeléctrica comience a funcionar en 2014. Sin embargo, del mismo tamaño del proyecto son las implicaciones ecológicas y sociales de esta mega obra. El […]

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Reflections on Stiglitz article: “Of the 1%, by the 1%, for the 1%”

by Thomas (MAS) A family member of mine recently sent me an article from Vanity Fair by economist Joseph Stiglitz about the problem of elite control within the united states.  While it’s refreshing that the article is talking about the problem to a mainstream audience, it stops short of delving deep enough the problem at a […]

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The Specific Anarchist Group

This document from our new member packet explains the type of group that Wild Rose Collective is, and gives some  background on the ideas. What is a specific anarchist group? The term ‘specific anarchist group’ could be defined as a formal anarchist organization that seeks unity in their theory, outlook, tactics and action. It strives […]

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