Monthly Archives: October 2013

“I come to you like the beggar man…”

A review of Ursula Le Guin’s The Dispossessed which first appeared in Organise! #81. When I first sat down to write this review all I could think of saying was along the lines of “The Dispossessed is about two worlds … Continue reading

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Privilege, Intersectionality, and the Class Struggle

Before reading this piece I highly recommend reading A Class Struggle Analysis of Privelege Theory from the woman’s caucus of the Anarchist Federation, as the discussions that led up to it being written and that have happened since informed this blog … Continue reading

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Activist Burnout Part II: Gender.

Originally posted on alicebreckless:
[THIS PIECE CARRIES A STRONG TRIGGER WARNING FOR DISCUSSION OF RAPE AND RAPE APOLOGY.] This piece has been, if anything, harder to write than the last, as it is introspective: I’m talking about things we do…

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Activist Burnout I: An Anatomy.

Originally posted on alicebreckless:
[TRIGGER WARNING: Discussion of suicide, police violence, mental breakdown.] “its hard to beat the Black Bloc but I’ve seen them beaten down.” – Decca Muldowney A note here on context: over the last – suddenly ten…

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