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Ferguson Uprising

Dispatches From Ferguson Vol. 1

A new zine compiled from the writings that have appeared on this site. Please print and distribute, discuss and write your own analysis of the events transpiring. If you live here, and you’ve been participating in the uprisings, please email your analysis or recollections of your experiences to antistatestl@riseup.net. If you are writing about illegal things and don’t want to use your own email to submit, check out guerrillamail.com 

Ferguson Poster–Stokely Carmichael Quote –Produced by Ferguson and Further.

The Only Peace They Want –Produced by Ferguson and Further.

What’s Worked in the Past: Learning From Ferguson by Peter Gelderloos

 

Missouri Prison Newsletter

The Missouri Prison Newsletter is distributed to (about 180) people in prisons across the U.S., but focusing on those incarcerated in Missouri and Illinois. It contains history of local prison rebellions, poetry, excerpts from zines available through the associated zine distro, and original content directed toward building affinity with those inside, and bridging  gaps between those struggling on both sides of prison walls.  It also contains feedback, zine reviews and other content by people in prison.

Issue #1–Jan/Feb 2014

Issue #2–Feb/March 2014

Issue #3, March-April 2014

Issue #4, April-May 2014

Issue #5, May-June 2014

Issue #6, September-October 2014-Ferguson

Issue #7, January-February 2015-Ferguson Part 2

Issue #8, May 2015

Issue #9, October-November 2015

Leaflets/Fliers

Menard Correctional Hunger Strike Flier–January 2014

This flier was specifically created for distribution behind prison walls. It contains information about the January 2014 hunger strike at Menard Correctional Facility in Illinois, as well as two other midwest hunger strikes that have taken place in the last few months. It also contains a brief history of the last couple years of prison resistance–all formatted to fly below the mail room radar. Please reproduce and send to comrades in prison.

Pelican Bay Hunger Strike Flier–July 2013

This flier was specifically created for distribution behind prison walls. It contains information about the July 2013 hunger strike at Pelican Bay and a brief history of the last couple years of prison resistance, formatted to fly below the mail room radar. Please reproduce and send to comrades in prison.

May Day 2013 Rave flier

In the Spirit of Stonewall: Reflections on PRIDE and Queer Assimilation

A flier produced to be handed out at PRIDE 2012.

Are We an Occupation or Just a Gathering?

They Are Not Us

The Police Are the Tool of the 1%

Feminists Occupy STL

Posters

May Day 2012 Poster–Top Half

May Day 2012 Poster–Bottom Half

A poster commemorating the global rebellions of May Day 2012.

Two 11x17s that fit together as one poster.

May Day 2012 witnessed some of the most militant demonstrations in recent memory both in the US and around the world. As global insurgents begin to find their power and express their rage, it is to be expected that the state will strive to repress these acts. Let us not forget the comrades that have become prisoners of the state. Freedom to the Cleveland 5, solidarity to the insurgents arrested in Oakland CA, NYC, Seattle and everywhere else. In the face of repression, we will continue our attacks, we will continue to express our rage and discontent with every means at our disposal.

Zines and Publications

War on Misery  One, Two, Three, Four

Half Fizzle, Half Sabotage: A half-way collection of thoughts from rolling waves of conversations on the unchartered course of Occupy St. Louis

An essay about the downfall of Occupy St. Louis, why it happened and how it could be avoided in the future.

How Can We Be Free if We’re Getting a Wage? A brief introduction to the history of the wage, resistance to it and some starting points for its destruction

Dangerous Foundations: An Argument Against the “Identity” in Identity Politics

“This is an argument against identity politics, but it is not an argument against
feminism, or queer liberation, or anti-racism work. It is instead an argument
that the oppressions usually combated through identity politics — a strategy
based on the affirmation of Identity — could be better fought through its
abandonment, or in the least through a radical destabilisation of existing
Identities.”

A newly formatted version of a critique of identity politics originally published in Aotearoa (New Zeland), Anarchist journal Imminent Rebellion #9.

Select “booklet printing” in your printer options to print in zine format and make sure that “auto-rotate pages” is selected.

Not Fit for Human Consumption: How Ohio Saves Money by Poisoning Prisoners

A new zine by anarchist prisoner Sean Swain, exposing the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections’ practice of poisoning and starving inmates to save themselves a buck.

 

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