Anarchism

Event Announcement (Los Angeles, CA): Anarchist Popular Power Book Talk

Following the overwhelming success of the book’s launch event in July, we are happy to announce a follow up talk for Anarchist Popular Power: Dissident Labor and Armed Struggle in Uruguay 1956-76, this time in Los Angeles. The book, published by and available from AK Press, chronicles the history of a critical period for the […]

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International Statement: Support Sudanese Anarchists in Exile

The following is a statement collaboratively written and endorsed by anarchist organizations around the world, including Black Rose / Rosa Negra. This statement originally appeared on Anarkismo.net and is reproduced here in full. Exile is never an easy decision. It’s never a choice. Without resources, it can become a real ordeal. Solidarity is the key […]

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Interview with a Brazilian Anarchist on Lula, Bolsonaro, and Social Struggle

Bruno Lima Rocha is a political scientist, professional journalist and professor of international relations based in Brazil, and is a member of the editorial board of the Institute for Anarchist Theory and History (IATH-ITHA). The following interview has been lightly edited for clarity. Black Rose / Rosa Negra (BRRN): Looming over much of the political […]

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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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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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Going on the Offensive: Movements, Multisectorality, and Political Strategy

In an era of pandemic and mass protest we are witnessing an uptick in political militancy, from attacks on police stations and the seizure of space to wildcat strikes and rent strikes. These are promising developments, but the balance of class forces remains lopsided, evidenced by the massive corporate bailout package, countless workers being exposed […]

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Re-Introducing the Black Anarchism Reader

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 […]

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Towards a History of Anarchist Anti-Imperialism: Only the Workers and Peasants Will Go All the Way

Reordering the global hierarchy of wealth, power, and resources are critical questions that any internationalist revolution will face. Often ignored or obscured, South African author Lucien van der Walt provides a well needed overview of the relationship between anarchism and anti-colonial struggles. By Lucien van der Walt “In this struggle, only the workers and peasants […]

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