Anarchism, ethnicity, and culture: black anarchism

In his paper Non-Western Anarchisms: Rethinking the Global Context, Jason Adams makes the following observation; In order to truly understand the full complexity and interconnectedness of anarchism as a worldwide movement however, a specific focus on the uniqueness and agency of movements amongst the “people without history” is a deeply needed change. This is because … Continue reading

On climate change, class, and capitalism

The Camp for Climate Action - gatherings that take place to draw attention to, and act as a base for direct action against, major carbon emitters, as well as to develop ways to create a carbon-neutral society. Camps are run on broadly anarchist principles - free to attend, supported by donations and with input from everyone in the community for the day-to-day operation of the camp.

When the subject of climate change arises, there are several things that we can expect to hear about quite consistently; The Kyoto Protocol and how well one or other government is living up to their responsibilities. The “green credentials” of various corporate bodies. The introduction of some new “green” tax which will, depending on the … Continue reading