Freedom News

Notes from the US

August 17th: Freedom’s long-running US correspondent Louis Further does his monthly roundup of some of the lesser-known stories that have emerged over the last few weeks.

Urgent call for solidarity action: Anarchist prisoner Giannis Michailidis enters 68th day of hunger strike and is in a dire health condition

July 29th: Giannis Michailidis is an anarchist prisoner in Greece who has been on hunger strike since 23rd May.

Notes from the US

June 13th: Freedom’s long-running US correspondent Louis Further does his monthly roundup of some of the lesser-known stories that have emerged over the last few weeks.

Ukraine video dispatch: The recovery in Kharkiv

June 1st: Alexis Daloumis reached the frontline city shortly after Ukrainian forces had pushed the Russian Army out of artillery range, and reports on the situation as it recovers from the assault.

Spain: Cops raid and evict Lioness social centre

May 27th: In a demonstration of repressive policing, Seville cops attacked and destroyed the squatted space on the day it opened for community use – having spent six months largely ignoring it while it was cleared and made useable.

France: Campaign against new migrant detention centres ramps up

May 25th: Despite noises about welcoming refugees from Ukraine in recent months, France is joining Britain in expanding the prisons-for-migrants system as part of its own ongoing “hostile environment” efforts.

Notes from the US: GOP’s vexed relationship with the law

May 17th: Louis further rounds up goings on across the pond.

Greece: Cops out of our universities!

May 14th: The fundamental aim of authority in Greece is to reconfigure the university from a space of political resistance to an institution for those who have the class position to support their admission and attendance.

Germany: Rounding up the Munich Raids

May 11th: Bavarian comrades round up details on what happened at the end of last month, when police raids against anarchist-linked apartments and spaces, including the Frevel library, took place in Munich.

France: Our Future Belongs to Us

May 8th: The following text, first published at Paris-Luttes is taken from an as yet unpublished pamphlet produced in the wake of the French elections.