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HTown Holds It Down: Security, Defense, Movement

"The police told several people during this time that they knew in advance that the fascists were planning to come disrupt the bookfair, which is why they said they were staged nearby all morning." In...

Building Autonomy, Organizing Relief: Harvey Volunteers Speak

We caught up with members of Austin Common Ground Relief about autonomous relief efforts in Houston and surrounding areas and communities. We discuss broadly what anarchists, autonomists, and anti-authoritarians are doing, the response from...

Hurricane Harvey Leaves Beaumont Prisoners Stranded, Limited Communication with Outside Support

Beaumont, TX— If there is one thing those doing prison advocacy learn quickly, it’s that the official statements from prison officials never provide a full account of negative conditions and abuses. Looking into the...

Welcome to Houston (This Is Not Katrina)

In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, many comparisons have been made to Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath in New Orleans 12 years ago. Sensational news coverage and dramatic visuals of flooding and water rescues—coupled...

Gulf South Indigenous Led Mutual Aid for Hurricane Harvey: How You Can Help

We want to bring special attention to Mutual Aid Disaster Relief, Louisiana Flood Relief, Another Gulf, and Bayou Action Street Health for work in compiling this list and providing aid on the ground.  We are the...

What Are ‘The Antifa’ Doing After Harvey?

Mutual aid is antifascism. Recently I heard from a reporter writing an article for a major mainstream newspaper who wanted to talk with antifascists. After checking out his Twitter, I decided to give him a shot. We spent...

I Can’t Stand the Rain: Report from Houston

"we ran into some good people. And some people who we know wouldn’t care for us if they had known we were revolutionaries." I can’t say that we did all we hoped we could do....

Denver, CO: Solidarity with Charlottesville

Comrades, on the 13th of August, Denver recently hosted a several hundred strong march in solidarity with our fallen comrade, Heather Heyer, who fell in Charlottesville. Or at least, that what the the intent...

San Antonio, TX: Report Back from Confederate Rally In Travis Park

On Saturday, August 12th, comrades representing groups of communists and anarchists in San Antonio as well as many comrades from various radical groups in Austin, descended onto Travis Park in the heart of Downtown...

Central Texas’ Least Wanted: Fascism & Antifascism in Austin

Download PDF Here Created in response to a groundswell of activity by local neo-nazis, “Threeper” militias, white nationalists and other fascist groups, “Central Texas’ Least Wanted” aims to educate the Austin public about the dangers these...