Um arquivo que abrange doze anos de reportagens de nosso antigo e desbocado âncora.
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Observação: infelizmente, estes vídeos ainda não têm tradução para o português.
In the wake of the election of Donald Trump, many peeps are freaking the fuck out. Well, step back, take a breath and watch our analysis.
This week we bring you a special sedition on the anniversary of one of the most bad-ass and sophisticated revolutionary organizations in the United Snakes … the Black Panther Party.
An interview with a member of the International Freedom Battalion, a group of foreign fighters made up mostly of anarchists, communists and socialists who have traveled to Syria to support the Rojava Revolution.
When we decide to take to the streets to oppose the state and their police, it’s wise to hide our identity.
An in-depth look at the Syrian Revolution that attempts to sift through all the fear-mongering and disinformation that prevents people from giving Syrians the revolutionary solidarity they deserve.
A look at the recent riots in Milwaukee, protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline, and slavery in the US prison system with an interview with imprisoned organizer Melvin Ray.
A look at the so-called “War on Cops” in the United Snakes, simmering anti-cop sentiment in the UK and the fallout stemming from Turkey’s recent failed coup, plus an interview with anarchist strategist Tom Nomad.
A look at the upcoming RNC shit-show in Cleveland, Ohio.
A look at the fallout from the recent Brexit vote, plus simmering tensions in the United Snakes, followed by an interview with antifa organizer Brazo fresh from some clashes with supporters of the Traditionalist Worker Party, in Sacramento.
A look at the multi-faceted insurrection spreading across France, paralyzing strikes in Mexico and Colombia, plus an interview with Colombian activist Marcela.
Ever wonder why some Mexican anarchists refer to themselves as Magonistas? This video explains why.
A look at the receding “pink tide” in Latin America, plus an homage to the 2006 Oaxacan Commune, and an interview with Mexican anarchist and CNTE militant Cesar Chavez.
As Europe battens down the hatches to block waves of refugees attempting to escape war and poverty, the United Snakes is becoming more polarized amidst a resurgent right-wing. Featuring an interview with Paul of All Out Atlanta.
In the wake of the Panama Papers leak, we look at booty stashing. Plus an update on revolts in France and an interview with members of anarchist crew Desaffiliation.
A look at the multiple converging points of revolt in France, a diatribe against “the Donald,” and an interview with B Traven of CrimethInc. about why anarchists oppose liberal democracy.
After much reflection, I have decided to throw my support behind Bernie Sanders.
A look at the nefarious corporate power grab called the TPP, plus a look at the recent student uprisings demanding free tuition in South Africa, and an interview with South African student organizer Alex Hotz.
A look at riots in Hong Kong, street battles in Athens, and a looming famine in Africa and parts of the Caribbean. Followed by an interview with Toronto-based anarchist Ajamu Nangwaya.
This week, we look at the growing fascist movement in Europe and what the antifa are doing to fight back.
A bleak economic outlook for the coming year and our very clever solution to fix this capitalist clusterfuck.
Black December; battles in Bakur, Kurdistan; a look at Klanada’s new assimilationist approach to Indigenous struggles; and an interview with Ant-Loc of Savage Fam!
This week, we bring you a recap of the COP21 climate clusterfuck in Paris.
Protests at the APEC conference in Manila, anti-police protests in Chicago and Minneapolis, and an interview with independent journalist Dahr Jamail on climate change.
IMF-World Bank protests in Peru, Kahnawake Mohawks warn Montreal’s mayor, and an interview with Palestinian anarchist Budour Hassan
A look at the dire situation of people escaping war and abusive governments for the relative safety of the global north, plus an interview with Erin Gallagher.
A critique of the People’s Climate March, plus resistance to a gold mine in Greece, an update from the Unist’ot’en camp, and an interview with Carlos Perez Guartambel, leader of the largest Indigenous coalition in Ecuador.
Nihilistic news from the climate front, followed by a report on the recent clashes in Turkey.