“Breaking the Spell” is an hour-long look at the 1999 Seattle WTO protests and the anarchists (particularly those from Eugene) who traveled there to set a new precedent for militant confrontation.
This just-released Standing Rock video emphasizes the cosmology and recent history of native warrior culture as the foundation of the occupation at Standing Rock.
The folks from Sur Negro release their much awaited second episode of “No Borders, Social Struggles across the world” with a look at the New York City Anarchist Bookfair and the fight for $15 minimum wage, plus a music intervention by Rebel Diaz.
A short documentary on the initiatives of the Unist’ot’en, Madii Lii and Lelu Island camps and their resistance to prevent the development of LNG and fracking infrastructure in their lands and water.
Engaging new international collaborative anarchist video series “No Borders” kicks off with an episode about social struggle in New York City.
This is the story of the Midtown rent strike, the largest rent strike in San Francisco since 1978.
A look back on the first months of the state of emergency in Paris
The media, including the film and entertainment industries, has a huge amount to answer for in the state of the political economy of the west.
A look inside the first libertarian commune in the middle east.