Anarcho-punk
Anarcho-punk is punk rock that promotes anarchism. The term anarcho-punk is sometimes applied exclusively to bands that were part of the original anarcho-punk movement in the United Kingdom in the la...
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Queer anarchism
Queer anarchism (or Anarcha-queer) is an anarchist school of thought which advocates anarchism and social revolution as a means of gay liberation and abolition of homophobia, lesbophobia, transmisogyn...
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Anarcho-syndicalist symbolism
The historically anarcho-syndicalist movement have embraced traditional symbols which represent the union of anarchist ideal (non-state) with labour movement and with socialist projects (communitarian...
Ramón Acín
Ramón Acín Aquilué (1888, Huesca, Aragon, Spain – 1936) Spanish anarcho-syndicalist, teacher, writer and avant-garde artist murdered by fascists in the first year of the Spanish Civil War.Acín w...
Donald Rooum
Donald Rooum (born 20 April 1928) is an English anarchist cartoonist and writer. He has a long association with Freedom Press who have published seven volumes of his Wildcat cartoons.In 1963 he played...
M. John Harrison
Michael John Harrison (born 26 July 1945), known primarily by his pen name M. John Harrison, is an English author and critic. His work includes the Viriconium sequence of novels and short stories, (19...
Gay Shame
Gay Shame is a movement from within queer communities, described as a radical alternative to gay mainstreaming and directly posits an alternative view of gay pride events and activities which have bec...
Last Hours
Last Hours (known as Rancid News prior to 2005) is an anti-authoritarian publishing collective. From 2003 to 2008 it produced a fanzine, initially called Rancid News until issue 9, changing its name t...
The Day Before the Revolution
"The Day Before the Revolution" is a Nebula Award-winning short story by Ursula K. Le Guin, first published in 1974. It is considered a short story prologue to The Dispossessed and represents an idea...
The Torture Garden (novel)
The Torture Garden (French: Le Jardin des supplices) is a novel written by the French journalist, novelist and playwright Octave Mirbeau, and was first published in 1899 during the Dreyfus Affair...
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Timothy Laszlo Sandor
Timothy Laszlo Sandor (born 1974) is an American visual and performance artist who sometimes records music under the pseudonym Platinum Bitch. He is a founding member of New Familiar Music, an intern...
Mujeres Creando
Mujeres Creando (Eng: Women Creating) is a Bolivian anarcha-feminist collective that participates in a range of anti-poverty work, including propaganda, street theater and direct action. The group was...
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Black Laundry
Black Laundry (Hebrew: כביסה שחורה‎, Kvisa Shchora) is an Israeli group of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgenders and others (collectively, LGBTQ) who utilize direct action to oppose the occupa...
The Last of the Masters
"The Last of the Masters" (aka "Protection Agency") is a science fiction novelette by Philip K. Dick. The original manuscript of the story was received by the Scott Meredith Literary Agency on July 15...
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The Internationale
"The Internationale" (French: "L'Internationale") is a widely-sung left-wing anthem. It has been one of the most recognizable and popular songs of the socialist movement since the late 19th century, w...
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Der Eigene
Der Eigene was the first gay journal in the world, published from 1896 to 1932 by Adolf Brand in Berlin. Brand contributed many poems and articles himself. Other contributors included Benedict Friedla...
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Agit-Prop Records
Agit-Prop Records was an independent record label founded in 1985 by the members of the then-peace punk band Chumbawamba.
Before starting the label, Chumbawamba had distributed their records and t...
Daniel Guérin
Daniel Guérin ([ɡeʁɛ̃]; 19 May 1904, Paris – 14 April 1988, Suresnes) was a French anarcho-communist author, best known for his work Anarchism: From Theory to Practice, as well as his collection No Go...
Mystical Anarchism
Mystical Anarchism was a tendency within the Russian Symbolist movement after 1906, especially between 1906 and late 1908. It was created and popularized by Georgy Chulkov. In 1906, Chulkov edited Fak...
Punk house
A punk house is a dwelling occupied by members of the punk subculture. Punk houses are similar to the hippie crash pads of the 1960s and the slan shacks of science fiction fandom. The Factory, an alte...
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Louis Moreau
Louis Moreau (1883-1958) was a French wood-engraver, anarchist and militant pacifist.Trained as a lithographer, in 1900 he settled in Paris to practice his trade. There he developed a passion for draw...
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Anarcho-queer
Queer anarchism (or Anarcha-queer) is an anarchist school of thought which advocates anarchism and social revolution as a means of gay liberation and abolition of homophobia, lesbophobia, transmisogyn...
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