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NAASN P.R. Flyer imageCall for Papers - NAASN 2012 08:32 So 28 Aug by Jorell Meléndez 1 comments

Call for Papers for the 3rd Annual North American Anarchist Studies Network Conference to held on the 7-8th, January in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

textLatest additions by the southern Afrikan publishing group, Zabalaza Books, to the ZB website 02:22 Mo 04 Aug by Griffin 1 comments

In this update, we have redone the layout for some of the older pdfs and bring you two new:The Russian Tragedy by Alexander Berkman and Beyond the Affinity Group: The Organisational Challenge for Anarchists by Andrew Flood

textAlternative Futures and Popular Protest conference 01:00 Sa 16 Apr by Laurence Cox 1 comments

About 90 people took part in the annual Alternative Futures and Popular Protest conference at Manchester, focussed on researching social movements. A major theme in this year's event was activist research processes which are springing up within the anti-capitalist movement.

textOn Building Revolutionary Consciousness in Practice: Jun 23 by Thomas 0 comments

Recently during a discussion on organizing strategy that I was observing, more than participating in, a friend and comrade of mine emphasized the importance of listening in organizing. He wasn’t talking about listening in the sense of listening only to figure out how to market your ideas in more attractive language, or the kind of listening where you pretend to listen so that the other person is more willing to listen to you; he was talking about the kind of listening that attempts to really understand and consider what the person you’re communicating with is saying.

The point he was making wasn’t to submit to someone else’s point of view, instead of trying to impose yours; his point was to recognize that both you and the person you’re dialoguing with are equal human beings with something of value to contribute to a conversation. This doesn’t always mean that we can find common ground in dialogues; but it does mean that we should try to engage in dialogues in ways that open the possibility of finding common ground where it can be found; and where it can’t: clarifying and truly understanding our differences.

At the time, I really appreciated and still appreciate my friend’s emphasis on listening and the role of true dialogue and communication in organizing, which is based on speaking with rather than a speaking to other folks. Therefore, in an attempt to highlight and continue with this discussion, I wanted to draw on Paulo Freire’s fundamental piece on libertarian education, Pedagogy of the Oppressed. It’s not Freire’s only piece of writing; but it is definitely his most widely-read and influential work, and I believe that it has important insights to consider in thinking about how revolutionary consciousness is built: dialogically and in collective struggle.

imageZSP Statement on the Educational Strike in Germany and the Bologna Process Jun 18 by Akai 0 comments

ZSP supports the Educational Strike in Germany taking place from June 15-19 and is planning an information action on June 19 on the 10th anniversary of the Signing of the Bologna Declaration.

imageBeyond Primitivism: Toward a 21st Century Anarchist Theory & Praxis for Science Aug 17 by Dr. Charles Thorpe and Dr. Ian Welsh 1 comments

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The authoritarian and ecologically destructive juggernaut of state-supported big science and technology in the twentieth century understandably fostered a deep pessimism and suspicion towards science and technology among many in the green, anarchist, and libertarian left milieu. This reaction has been crystallized in the “anti-civilization” primitivist anarchism of John Zerzan. In opposition to this drift towards primitivism, this paper argues that a vision of a liberatory and participative science and technology was an essential element of classical anarchism and that this vision remains vital to the development of liberatory political theory and praxis today. The paper suggests that an anarchist model of science and technology is implicit in the knowledge-producing and organizing activities of new social movements and is exemplified in recent developments in world, regional, and local social forums.
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imageCall for Papers - NAASN 2012 Aug 28 North American Anarchist Studies Network 1 comments

Call for Papers for the 3rd Annual North American Anarchist Studies Network Conference to held on the 7-8th, January in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

textLatest additions by the southern Afrikan publishing group, Zabalaza Books, to the ZB website Aug 04 Zabalaza Books - ZACF 1 comments

In this update, we have redone the layout for some of the older pdfs and bring you two new:The Russian Tragedy by Alexander Berkman and Beyond the Affinity Group: The Organisational Challenge for Anarchists by Andrew Flood

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