anarchist notes (february 1, 2010)

Melbourne Black

is the title of a new anarchist zine to be published in Melbourne. It’s intended to provide coverage of local issues from an anarchist perspective, and general information on social struggles in the city. The zine is intended to be published monthly and the organising collective is holding its first meeting this Saturday, February 6. More details to follow.

The Class War Kids

The Class War Kids (Canada) have released a 4-Song Digital EP with all monies received earmarked for relief efforts in Haiti. The songs are covers of Joe Strummer (Coma Girl), Randy (Freedom Song), The Weakerthans (Confessions Of An Futon Revolutionist) and Chubby Checker (The Hucklebuck). All proceeds are being forwarded to The Batay Ouvriye Haiti Solidarity Network.

What was Amtrak Terrorist Ojore Lutalo reading that got him arrested?

is the question asked by Brother Jonah @ Not My Tribe. Among the many possible candidates is Anti Racist Action’s zine Turning the Tide. The latest # (January–March 2010 [PDF]) of the zine contains ‘An Interview with RASH-Bogotá by RASH-Paris’; later this month, LASNET will be screening a film on union struggles in Colombia @ MARC.

About @ndy

I live in Melbourne, Australia. I like anarchy. I don't like nazis. I enjoy eating pizza and drinking beer. I barrack for the greatest football team on Earth: Collingwood Magpies. The 2023 premiership's a cakewalk for the good old Collingwood.
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