Collective Liberation on my mind
by Chris Crass
Published by Kersplebedeb in May 2000, this 64-page pamphlet brings together essays by Chris Crass, a writer and organizer working to bridge anarchist theory and practice with race, class and gender analysis of power. Essays examining the prospects and arguments for a pro-actively multicultural and feminist movement againt capitalism and oppression in general, grounded in the everyday realities of the oppressed. Reflections on the Battle of Seattle, the civil rights movement, elitism in “the movement” and more. This illustrated pamphlet is available for $2.50 (U.S.) plus shipping from Kersplebedeb. As always you can pay by cheque, money order, or via the PayPal email system. Get in touch to place your order! Discounts available to bookstores, distributers and activist groups. Read a review of this booklet by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz in Clamor Magazine!
What follows is the table of contents of this pamphlet. Some of the texts are available online on the Kersplebedeb website (more will be uploaded later on) – just follow the links!
- Shutting Down the WTO – and opening up a world of possibilities
- Beyond the Whiteness – Global Capitalism and White Supremacy: thoughts on movement building and anti-racist organizing
- Confronting the Democratic National Convention and Working to Build a People’s Movement for Justice
- Towards Social Justice: Elizabeth ‘Betita’ Martinez and the Institute for MultiRacial Justice
- Reading Barbara Smith’s ‘The Truth that Never Hurts: writings on race, gender and freedom’
- White Supremacy on My Mind: learning to undermine racism
- Looking to the Light of Freedom: Lessons from the Civil Rights Movement and Thoughts on Anarchist Organizing
- Colours of Resistance Statement