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CrimethInc. Ex-Workers Collective

CrimethInc. Ex-Workers Collective
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Crimethink is everything that evades control: the daydream in the classroom, the renegade breaking ranks, the spray-painted walls that continue to speak even under martial law. It is the persistent sense that things could be otherwise, that there is nothing natural or inevitable about the prevailing social order. In a world optimized for administration, everything that cannot be classified or displayed on a screen is crimethink. It is the spirit of rebellion without which freedom is literally unthinkable.

Announcing the Hotwire: A Preview of CrimethInc.’s New Weekly Anarchist Newscast

http://hwcdn.libsyn.com/p/0/1/4/014ef4c58e63c11a/The-Hotwire_1_A-Preview-of-Our-New-Weekly-Anarchist_News_Show.mp3 So, this isn’t quite the Ex-Worker, and I’m not Clara or Alanis. I’m here to tell you about the Ex-Worker’s new anarchist news show, the Hotwire, with me, the Rebel Girl. We’ll have new...

New Sticker and Poster Design: Immigrants Welcome

To accompany our new book, No Wall They Can Build: A Guide to Borders & Migration Across North America, and the poster accompanying it, “Borders: The Global Caste System,”, we have prepared a new sticker decrying the myths used...

G20 and the Battle of Hamburg: A Full Account and Analysis

The 2017 G20 summit provoked the most intense clashes in Germany yet this century. We were there providing continuous coverage; in the month since, we’ve synthesized the reports from Hamburg to produce a complete chronology...

Borders: The Global Caste System

We’ve worked with some of our favorite artists to produce a new full-color poster in the same series as our classic “Capitalism Is a Pyramid Scheme” design. “Borders: The Global Caste System” illustrates all...

Interview with Gord Hill, Indigenous Artist and Anarchist

Gord Hill is an anarchist artist and a member of the Kwakwaka’wakw nation who has been active in anticolonial and anticapitalist struggles for decades. Over the years, his art and criticism have been an...

Report Back from Week of Solidarity with #DefendJ20

July 20-27 was the international Week of Solidarity with the J20 defendants, more than 200 people mass-arrested during the inauguration of Donald Trump. July 20 marked the six-month anniversary of the day the DC police “kettled” a whole...

Dodging A Bullet: On Trump’s Trans Ban for the Military

Today I wake up to the news that Trump has banned trans people from serving in the military, and I laugh. I cackle, really. I think, “Good!” I wish for a moment that meant more...

From Inclusion to Resistance: Neither Ban Nor Assimilation

Well-meaning allies and earnest trans activists responded with dismay to Trump’s announcement that transgender people are to be banned from military service once more, recognizing it as a rollback of LGBT inclusion. Behind the...

J20 International Solidarity Actions: All around the World, People #DefendJ20

This is day six of the Week of Solidarity to support defendants arrested protesting the inauguration of Donald Trump on January 20. Here, we will share reports from a couple solidarity actions on other...

#Defend20: Week of Solidarity Starts Tomorrow

The Week of Solidarity with J20 Defendants begins tomorrow! July 20th marks six months since the mass arrest on L and 12th Street in Washington, DC; more than 200 defendants are now facing up...