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Between March 23 and April 8, J. Smith, co-editor of the Red Army Faction Documentary Histories volumes 1 and 2 (Projectiles for the People and Dancing with Imperialism), will be speaking throughout the North East about Europe’s most famous and controversial urban guerilla organization from the 1970s and 80s, West Germany’s Red Army Faction.… Read the rest
So University of California Press has just made 700 of its books available for online reading (to read on a tablet you have to copy paste into some other program and do some conversions). One of these titles, which i can’t recommend highly enough, is Carol Devens’s Countering Colonization: Native American Women and Great Lakes Missions, 1630-1900, a title which has been out of print for some time now.… Read the rest
Letting you all know, the Kersplebedeb blogroll has been fixed and is now up and running. Dozens of blogs and other websites are indexed and will have their articles automatically listed.
The godawful wait time that the blogroll has had for the past year – up to several minutes to load!… Read the rest
Just to letcha all know, a tumblr has been put up by the group Ensemble Contre la Charte, featuring art against the Quebec’s proposed racist Charter of values. You can check it out at http://ensemblecontrelacharte.tumblr.com/
The clash at Elsipogtog has been a clash between the Mi’kmaq Nation and global capitalism itself. Months of resistance, culminating standoffs and battles with colonial police and mass arrests, galvanized support from many nations across “canada”.
Rather than attempt to summarize this conflict here in one post, i suggest readers check out the Warrior Publications blog, a source of excellent analysis and pretty complete coverage of this struggle (and many others too).… Read the rest
It’s December, and it has been a busy year here at Kersplebedeb – getting this new site off the ground, publishing several new books and pamphlets, and just continuing with all the other little tasks, duties, and pleasures that this work brings
As will happen every so often, our storage space is now overflowing with books, and so we need your help to get rid of some.… Read the rest
Robert ‘Seth’ Hayes is one of the longest-held political prisoners in the USA.
A former member of the Black Panther Party and the BLA, in 1973, following a shootout with police, Seth was arrested and convicted of the murder of a New York City police officer, and sentenced to 25 years to life in prison.… Read the rest