We will continue to answer the calls to fight in Scout’s memory. ACAB FOREVER
Podcast – Is a genderless world possible, and what does fighting for one mean for those living in one where gender norms and roles define all aspects of our lives?
The Tilted Scales Collective is coming to The Big Idea Bookstore on July 19 at 7pm for community discussions based on their new book, A Tilted Guide to Being a Defendant.
ACJ is Pittsburgh’s segment of the modern day slave plantation, murdering people while profiting the state.
Pittsburgh anarchists held a march in solidarity with anarchist prisoners on June 11th, 2017.
In 2008 Daniel went to prison for committing over $713,000 in 79 instances of property damage stemming largely from a graffiti campaign targeting the rapidly gentrifying East Liberty neighborhood where he lived.
Take whatever it is that you love, nurture it, and make it dangerous. Anyways, below is an (in)complete rundown of some cool shit to do this week.
For an education that liberates. For a campus culture that terrifies Pitt’s board of trustees. For a campus that celebrates life.
Filler issue #6, “For a University Against Itself,” is out now! Physical copies are available for sale – all proceeds will go to our comrades’ legal defense funds here in Pittsburgh. The print-ready pdf and an online reading version will be released next week. In the meantime, if you can’t get ahold of us for…
Who gets to be femme? Who is actually oppressed? Who is femme enough to be considered oppressed? Are all women femme?
A(n incomplete) compilation of quotes from anarchists, past and present, about what anarchism/anarchy is and what it means to them. Almost all of these texts can be found online for free. Anarchism is the only philosophy which brings to man the consciousness of himself; which maintains that God, the State, and society are non-existent, that…
What other anarchists have called the social revolution is, to the conscious egoist, a massive interweaving of each individual’s personal insurrection, a coming together in a union of egoist to perpetuate what Stirner referred to as “an immense, reckless, shameless, conscienceless, proud crime.”