Monthly Archives: December, 2011
Witness appeal by legal support groups Anarchists, perhaps more than any other political grouping, have always excelled in solidarity and support work. It is because we challenge the authority of government and the legitimacy of the state that we often face the severest hostility and repression from them, and we understand what is required in […]
School pupils discover direct action The politicisation of the younger generation is escalating as school pupils across the country are recognising their ability to take collective action. As the economic certainties of the austerity measures begin to have a direct impact on those with most to lose, schools are increasingly becoming a focus for more […]
December issue of Freedom is now available to buy in the shops. The UK’s longest running anarchist publication is now monthly, with new sections, more features, and an expanded format – all for just £2. More…
Ross Eventon makes the argument against the continued US presence in the region Reports that the US is determined to maintain a presence in Afghanistan will surprise no one except 99% of foreign policy analysts. Responding to the announcement that the US is in negotiations to maintain a presence until 2024, Mahdi Hassan, senior editor […]
Saturday 3rd December 4pm-11pm Star and Shadow Cinema Stepney Bank Battlefield Newcastle NE1 2NP » MAP North-East Anarchists are making this call-out to all comrades, Red, Green and Black, to meet up and discuss how we can improve communication and co-ordination between anarchists in the North-East.
Saturday 3rd December 10am – 5pm The Pleasance Cabaret Bar 60 Pleasance Edinburgh EH8 9TJ » MAP The Edinburgh Class Struggle Day-school aims to be an open coming together of workers, students and the unemployed from different backgrounds and class struggle political tendencies in Edinburgh. It is a meeting place open to all who wish […]
Saturday 3rd December 10am-4.00pm People’s History Museum Left Bank in Spinningfields Manchester city centre M3 3ER » MAP There will be a variety of stalls from radical bookstores, anarchist political groups and publishers and various campaigns as well as several topical discussion meetings. All welcome – Entry Free.
The December edition of Freedom Gang warfare is now available to buy. Either directly from Freedom or at all good radical bookshops or social centres. Stockists: » Freedom Bookshop, London » Housmans bookshop, London » LARC, London » 56a Infoshop, London » Cowley Club, Brighton » Kebele social centre, Bristol » Sumac Centre, Nottingham » […]
Picture cover stars of this month’s Freedom anarcho punk veterans Chumbawamba are doing a short December tour after their successful acoustic performance [pictured] at Occupy London on the steps of St Paul’s during the student demo on Nov 9th in London. (Image: Max Reeves)