Black Anarchism

Senzala or Quilombo: Reflections on APOC and the Fate of Black Anarchism

“Sezala or Quilombo” was in it’s time a scathing indictment against certain quarters of criticism inside the wider US anarchist movement around the formation of Anarchist People of Color (APOC). First began as a website and list serve that linked various self-identified anarchists of color, the effort blossomed into a 2003 conference in Detroit and […]

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An Organizer We Need: Fundraiser for Lorenzo Komboa Ervin

By BRRN Social Media Team Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin is a former member of the Black Panther Party and wrote the seminal text “Anarchism and the Black Revolution” while incarcerated as a political prisoner. His writings, which first circulated in the 1990s, continue to inspire many anarchists today. But most importantly his  on-the-ground community organizing in the […]

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The Black Anarchism Reader

Black Anarchism: A Reader – PDF In the expansive terrain of anarchist history, few events loom as large as the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). Countless books, films, songs, pamphlets, buttons, t-shirts, and more are rightfully devoted to this transformative struggle for social revolution by Spanish workers and peasants. But digging through the mountain of available […]

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