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Black Rose Anarchist Federation

Black Rose Anarchist Federation
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We are an organization of revolutionaries who share common visions of a new world – a world where people collectively control their own workplaces, communities and land and where all basic needs are met. A world where power and participation flow from the bottom upwards and society is organized for peoples’ aspirations, passions, and needs rather than profit, racial prejudice, patriarchy, or imperialism; and where we live sustainably with the planet.

What Made Large Scale Resistance Possible at the G20 in Hamburg?

We bring you this on-the-ground account from one of our comrades in Black Rose/Rosa Negra who had the opportunity to travel and participate in the G20 protests in Hamburg, Germany.  Similar to the impact...

3 Reasons Why We Need a More Revolutionary July 4th

By Tariq Khan 1. The Declaration of Independence is a document based on settler colonialism and genocide. If we read the Declaration of Independence in high school or college we know it to be a list...

The “Left-Wing Terrorism” Narrative Doesn’t Understand Violence

The shooting at a Republican congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia last Wednesday has been followed by a predictable flurry of disingenuous and opportunistic narratives from politicians, corporate media outlets, and the right-wing about...

A Podcast Introduction: The Ideas and History of Anarchism

Sitting down with the Revolutionary Left Radio podcast, historian and author Mark Bray gives an overview of the origins, history and ideas of anarchism. Topics discussed are: Bakunin and Marx, the first international, the Spanish...

Bernie’s New Minimum Wage Bill Leaves Workers a Decade Behind

A new wage bill by Bernie Sanders, which proposes to raise minimum wage to $15 by 2024, raises important questions on movements and the Democratic Party. By Duane Wright When leftists like myself tell progressives that...

When the Riot Cops Attack: Repression and Solidarity at Portland’s May Day

Events like May Day are a temperature check for the collective hive mind of the Left, reflecting on the year behind us. Because it is a tradition that skates back more than a hundred...

Re: Those Missiles

Last night the U.S. military launched nearly 5 dozen cruise missiles at Syria from U.S. Navy ships in the eastern Mediterranean Sea. This was a U.S. response to chemical attacks against civilians allegedly ordered...

Beyond Protest in the Age of Trump

In the early days of the Trump administration, we are seeing Trump’s utilization of executive orders to initiate and/or implement a wide array of right-wing policies.  He is starting to make troubling organizational moves,...

For a Working Class Feminism: Resources for Intl. Women’s Day

On the occasion of March 8 – International Women’s Day, we are releasing for distribution two beautifully designed pamphlets on the themes of building working class feminism as well as additional recommending readings and resources.  A...

How to Stop a Pipeline: Trump, DAPL and the Power of Mass Action

As Trump escalates the battle over Dakota Access, the movement is left scrambling to respond. But before panicking or losing hope over the renewed construction, we would be wise to recognize the lessons of...