Federation

Audio Interview: What Made the G20 Protests Possible?

An interview with Cole, a member of the Black Rose Anarchist Federation from Boston, giving his first hand account of the G20 Hamburg protests. He recently authored the piece “What Made Large Scale Resistance Possible at the G20 in Hamburg?” In this interview Cole gives a brief introduction to Black Rose, goes into detail on […]

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Resources on Anarchism in Asia

The deep and global history of anarchism in the global south is still being unearthed, recovered and documented. Major strides have been made such as collection of academic writings Anarchism  and Syndicalism in the Colonial and Postcolonial World: 1870-1940 but there still remains much work to be done. Here we would like to gather a short […]

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The Hamburg G20 Protests: The Final Straw Interviews Mark Bray

The Final Straw Podcast interviews historian, author and Black Rose/Rosa Negra member Mark Bray who was present at the G20 protests in Hamburg, Germany. The interview covers what is the G20, the significance of the protests, the culture of protest in Hamburg and how they were organized. You can follow Mark on Twitter @Mark_Bray. Listen […]

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3 Reasons Why We Need a More Revolutionary July 4th

July 4th is a white supremacist settler colonial celebration: Three reasons to throw it away   By Tariq Khan 1. The Declaration of Independence is a document based on settler colonialism and genocide. If we read the Declaration of Independence in high school or college we know it to be a list of grievances by […]

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Emancipation of the Working Class – Celebrate the Legacy of the IWW

Founded 112 years ago this week, we celebrate the rich legacy of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). The union brought together a number of existing unions and radical currents to create an alternative to the conservative trade unions of time which promoted harmony between workers and capital and also practiced exclusion in their […]

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10 Theses on the U.S. Racial Order

  This piece was originally was published on the website of the now defunct Fire Next Time Network in 2012 during Obama era but prior to the Ferguson rebellion. It attempts to understand how the US racial order has changed in recent decades, how it is working at the moment and to understand this in […]

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