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Did you know that there is a fracked gas pipeline currently under construction in Vermont? It is a transmission line that will transport fracked gas along the western side of the state, wi
An interview with Marcela of Las Organizaciones Sociales de Arauca on the Paro Nacional, or national strike, launched on May 30th by a coalition of peasants, Indigenous peeps, Afro-Colombians, stud
In this report, we catch up with some of the recent developments in France, where the Nuit Debout movement is going strong, workers everywhere are going on strike, and a growing, decentraliz
In Mexico, badass teachers from the Coordinadora Nacional de Trabajadores de la Educación (CNTE) have launched a nationwide strike as part of their 3-year long fight against neoliberal reforms to
via Ross Domoney As the worlds media attention is focused on football violence in France: yesterday (14/06/16) Paris witnessed some of it’s worst political violence in decades as protesters d
This week we catch up on the multi-layered insurrection taking place in France, where the state is struggling to get a handle on things, amidst regular protests, strikes, fuel shortages, and the ge
Engaging new international collaborative anarchist video series “No Borders” kicks off with an episode about social struggle in New York City. “The first season of this web series
The so-called Pink Tide of socialist governments in Latin America is at an ebb. As the low price of oil continues to wreak havoc on Venezuela’s economy, and Brazil’s PM Dilma Rousseff s
An homage to the Oaxaca Commune, one of the most epic chapters in the annals of contemporary revolt. Followed by a sneak peak at my interview with Cesar Chavez, a Mexican anarchist, teacher and mem
In this report, Cesar Chavez fills us in on why many Mexican anarchists refer to themselves as Magonistas, and the important role that anarchism had in kicking off the Mexican Revolution.