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They were the Red Army Faction. Seven years later, almost all of the original combatants were in prison or dead, yet, through their example, they had inspired a militant and illegal support movement, comrades willing to take up arms in defense of the prisoners. Through daring attacks and devastating errors, the West German guerilla brought their society to the brink, mounting one of the most desperate and incredible campaigns of asymmetrical warfare ever waged in postwar Europe.
That they failed is no excuse to not learn their story, to see who they were and what they fought for and, most tragically, to bear witness to the lengths the state would go to silence them. This pamphlet is our very modest introduction to this story. Direct Action Survival Guide Pamphlet A succinct publication crammed with info on staying safe and sensible in an action.
Ranging from riot cops, first aid street medic tactics, gas masks and physical non-cooperation techniques to affinity groups, solidarity, clusters and spokescouncils, this 14 page pamphlet really packs a punch. DIY or Don't We? It's a zine that's roughly encompassed by the idea of community. Inside, various members of the Washington State DIY community talk about the ways they work together.
Amy Adoyzie tells how being a boisterous cocky teenager landed her a column-writing gig for Razorcake.tax-marusa.com/order/relamid/logiciel-localisation-portable-samsung.php
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We learn how some feminists build community in Bellingham, and about a collective gardening project in Spokane. Meta writes about moving from Cambodia to Bangladesh for University and how she and the other 7 women from Cambodia bonded, and Emmie explains a little about the Olympia Film Society. Nicki has edited together a diverse set of voices, and is already hard at work collecting submissions for a second issue.
Wright, Rustin ed.
Like improvising stamps out of railroad debris. And the wonder that is The Bins and how to use it best. This is all about how to do your best work, have a kickass time doing it, and still spending so little money and stress that you'll keep at it and REALLY see how far you can go.