Miami

Being a woman organizer isn’t easy

In the following piece MAS member, Luz Sierra, reveals the hardship of  being pressured to fulfill gender expectations within her household and culture while being politically involved in Miami. She shares some strong insights of her analysis of such oppression and how it affected women she have met throughout her life. Yet, as a firm […]

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Talk with Batay Ouvriye

We are posting  a link of a mid-December 2013 interview by One Struggle of militants in Batay Ouvriye concerning the ongoing minimum wage struggle in Haiti including mass protests of hundreds of thousands of workers in the streets.  In the interview, Batay Ouvriye militant, Yanik, calls on those who want to stand in solidarity with […]

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Anarchist Speaking Tour on Popular Power in Chile

Please help and support the Anarchist Speaking Tour on Popular Power in Chile.  They currently need assistance with tour expenses (about $5,000 dollars) and are seeking for contributions. Therefore, we would appreciate it if you provide donations of any amount in order to help create a successful tour.  

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STRUGGLING TO WIN: ANARCHISTS BUILDING POPULAR POWER IN CHILE

* We are reposting one of the web pages of STRUGGLING TO WIN: ANARCHISTS BUILDING POPULAR POWER IN CHILE in order to provide more information of the US Tour and share the biographies of the speakers. We hope this will encourage individuals, not only in Miami, but all over the country to attend the various events being […]

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Thoughts on Political Organization for Our Time: A Rejoinder to ‘Fighting for the Future’

  After a five year plus process of engagement there is currently underway an effort to merge a number of the existing mostly regionally based class struggle Anarchist groups into a single national organization. Following up on the piece “Fighting for the Future: The Necessity and Possibility of National Political Organization for Our Time” which […]

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On Interventions and the Syrian Revolution

* We are re-posting this argument from the Darth Nader blog against US intervention in Syria by a Syrian anarchist* by Darth Nader The Syrian revolution is a revolution that began as a struggle for self-determination. The Syrian people demanded to determine their own destiny. And, for more than two years, against all odds, and […]

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The Problem with “Privilege”

* We are re-posting an article from the blog of Andrea Smith, a long-time organizer, activist, intellectual and co-founder of Incite! Women of Color Against Violence.  Her article provides a variety of important insights, critiques and possible ways forward in looking to improve our praxis in confronting,  with the goal to end, systemic oppression.* by […]

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Tahrir-ICN statement on events in Egypt

*We are reposting a statement from the Tahrir-ICN blog on the current situation in Egypt* by tahriricn The events of the past couple of days are the latest step in a sequence of events by which the military can consolidate its hold on power, aim towards the death of the revolution and a return to […]

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Will the cop who killed Reefa be allowed to stand his ground too?

******* We are reposting this piece from the “Let’s Talk About It!” radio show blog by Subhash Kateel, a Miami comrade, radio show host, and veteran activist.                        ******* Will the cop who killed Reefa be allowed to stand his ground too? By Subhash Kateel This past week another young man from Miami with a promising life […]

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