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Feminism and Organized Anarchism

This document was produced by the Brazilian Anarchist Coordinator [Coordenação Anarquista Brasileira] (CAB), a group of anarchist organizations working collaboratively across Brazil. It is translated and reprinted here with the permission of our sister organizations participating in CAB. The document has also served as an anchor point in recent discussions on feminism within Black Rose […]

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The State of Cuba: Cuban Anarchist Reflections One Year After July 11th

Introduction On July 11, a wave of anti-government protests shook Cuban reality at a national level. Initiated from the outskirts of the archipelago, such as San Antonio de los Baños, near Havana, and Palma Soriano in the province of Santiago, the protests spread to several cities and towns in less than 24 hours. Thousands of […]

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El Estado de Cuba: Reflexiones de Anarquistas Cubanes a Un Año del 11 de Julio

Introducción El 11 de Julio una ola de protestas antigubernamentales sacudió la realidad del territorio nacional cubano. Iniciadas desde las periférias del archipiélago, como San Antonio de los Baños, cerca de la Habana, y Palma Soriano en la provincia de Santiago, las protestas se expandieron a varias ciudades y pueblos en menos de 24 horas. […]

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Organizational Issues Within Anarchism

by Felipe Corrêa This article was originally published in 2010 by the Brazilian journal Espaço Livre. It has subsequently been republished by the Institute for Anarchist Theory and History. It has been translated by Enrique Guerrero-López (a member of Black Rose/Rosa Negra). It is again republished here in its entirety. Introduction The present text aims […]

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Rights Are Made in the Streets, Not the Courts: BRRN Statement on Leaked Supreme Court Draft Overturning Roe v. Wade

The following is a statement and analysis written and endorsed by Locals and at large members of the Black Rose / Rosa Negra Anarchist Federation. Introduction We must fight for access to safe, legal, free, and universally available abortion. The people of the United States are in the midst of a critical moment. On May […]

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Anarchist Theory and History in Global Perspective

This article was originally published in 2016 for I Congreso Internacional de Investigadorxs sobre Anarquismo in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It was subsequently translated by Enrique Guerrero-López (a member of Black Rose/Rosa Negra), for publication via the Institute for Anarchist Theory and History in 2021. The original Portuguese version can be found here. We republish the […]

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Tipping the Scales: Popular Power in an Age of Protest and Pandemic

This article originally appeared in the Perspectives on Anarchist Theory Journal (No. 32) published by the Institute for Anarchist Studies in 2021. A brief updated introduction has been appended below, but otherwise the text is presented without modification. April 2022 Introduction This article was originally composed in the Fall and Winter of 2020. By that […]

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Reflection & Reorganization: Black Rose/Rosa Negra Resumes Public Activity

[Español abajo] In 2020 Black Rose / Rosa Negra (BRRN) began experiencing serious internal political conflict over the direction of our organization, its strategy, and its structures. The organizational turmoil produced by this conflict was greatly exacerbated by the psychological, social, and political strain brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and the George Floyd Uprising. […]

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Black Rose Response to Public Statement

Black Rose Anarchist Federation / Federación Anarquista Rosa Negra would like to acknowledge that we have read the reflections shared by Thistle Writing Collective. The concerns stated are a topic that BRRN has been discussing for some time and we will continue to critically reflect on and transform the patriarchal and white supremacist structures and […]

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