A little over four years ago we introduced The Black Anarchism Reader — an expansive collection of texts that span more than 150 years of black anarchist thought.
The reader was initially introduced following the popular black rebellions in Ferguson and Baltimore. In the wake of the uprising in Minneapolis, one that has spawned a nationwide popular movement against racialized state violence, we once again wish to call attention to this critical collection of works.
As we noted when it was first introduced, the reader can and should be expanded to include an expanding range of black anarchist contributions. We hope to update this reader in the near future to do just that.
For now, we offer the reader as it originally appeared in 2016. Follow the link below to the original post, which includes a full PDF of the collection.