We are excited to facilitate a class/discussion group on Chicano Nationalism and a variety of critiques of it as part of the F.T.P. series hosted by La Conxa. We will use a variety of analyses including: anarchist, anti-colonial, anti-blackness, anti-state communist, etc. The basis for the discussion will be based off this text we published: […]Read more "Contra Aztlán event @ La Conxa"
Why for anarchy and not for anarchism? This may seem like a small point to split hairs over but it is a point which is important to us. It is important because we are interested in a vital anarchist (anti-state communist) milieu. For us anarchism points to the notion that there could be a special […]Read more "For anarchy, not anarchism"
As part of the Liberation School of Los Angeles summer 2018 set of classes we will be facilitating a study/discussion group on anti-work. We are sharing a guided reading list. We cut things into excerpts because the class will be soon, next week on July 12th. But links to whole texts are in the reading […]Read more "ANTI-WORK AS A RADICAL TRADITION"
[images are of an intercepted attempt to install polling booths. the contents of which were then burned.] The following text was published in Spanish by Comuna P’urépecha yesterday. A Facebook page dedicated to disseminating the history, knowledge, political education and struggles of the P’urépecha people1 in what is known as the Mexican state […]Read more "THERE WILL BE NO ELECTIONS…"
This essay was first published almost two years ago in August of 2016 by a friend of the project. We re-publish it here as we feel it is more timely than ever as the struggle grows against ICE, borders and, more generally, against this whole carceral society. “Positioned increasingly as a ‘capital of capital’ in […]Read more "Fortress L.A. in the 21st Century"
What follows is an essay we first learned of via our friend El Chavo! His description is an apt introduction to this important essay. The only thing we’ve done is removed the gendered language of some of the essay. Though we may not agree with everything in this essay, we think it stands as a […]Read more "Riot and Representation: The Significance of The Chicano Riot"
This text was originally published by Antagonismo, a Mexican anarchist project, on May 6th, 2018. What follows is our translation. This text was distributed on May 1st, 2018 in Mexico City, at the end of the usual union procession, celebrating Worker’s Day. No, we don’t love work; We hate it. It is not our liberation, […]Read more "Work does not redeem but rather embrutes"