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Russia: Prison sentences for “terrorist” graffiti

Russia: Prison sentences for “terrorist” graffiti

April 27th: A military court has sentenced the Chita anarchists – 19-year-old Alexander Snezhkov and 16-year-old Lyubov Lizunova – to six years and three and a half years in prison, respectively.
“No Gods, No Masters, No Husbands”

“No Gods, No Masters, No Husbands”

April 27th: An exhibition showcases women editors, translators, proofreaders, typographers and packagers in anarchist print culture

After Nazi attack, Swedish anarchist publisher says he will not be silenced

After Nazi attack, Swedish anarchist publisher says he will not be silenced

April 25th: On Wednesday a meeting about antifascism in Stockholm was attacked by a group of Nazis.

“This Empire too will be Eclipsed”

“This Empire too will be Eclipsed”

April 21st: Report from Carbondale, Illinois on recent march and demonstration during the eclipse.

Notes from the US: Alarmingly degenerate

Notes from the US: Alarmingly degenerate

April 20th: If it weren't so disturbing, you might want to amuse yourself with the reaction of the right in the United States to current events.

The circled A at 60: The true story

The circled A at 60: The true story

April 19th: The circled A was invented in Paris in 1964 and reinvented in Milan in 1966

Anarchist on a talk show

Anarchist on a talk show

April 18th: Peter Seyferth reports on his experience combating "horseshoe theory" on the German talk show 13 Fragen (“13 questions”).

Russian Anarchist “will finish tenth grade in pre-trial detention”

Russian Anarchist “will finish tenth grade in pre-trial detention”

April 16th: Lyubov Lizunova is accused of terrorism for a "Death to the Regime" graffiti and "approving" the arson of military recruitment offices

The circled A at 60: True and false

The circled A at 60: True and false

April 12th: Tomás Ibáñez debunks several myths about the famous anarchist symbol, which was created only in April 1964

Blackout

Blackout

April 10th: Peter Gelderloos reflects on the cultural significance of Monday's solar eclipse