Black Anarchism

Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin: Por qué soy anarquista

Por Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin English Version Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin (nacido en 1947 en Chattanooga, Tennessee) es un escritor, activista y anarquista afroestadounidense. Es un ex miembro del Partido Pantera Negra, convirtiéndose luego en uno de los principales exponentes del Anarquismo negro. Cuando se constituye el tribunal para juzgar al “Black Power” en el verano del […]

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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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