Freedom, July 2013

July 2013 issue of Freedom

The July 2013 issue is now out and available either directly from Freedom Bookshop or from other good radical bookshops or social centres.

Stockists:
» Freedom Bookshop, London
» Housmans bookshop, London
» LARC, London
» 56a Infoshop, London
» Newham Bookshop, London
» Pogo Cafe, London
» Rough Trade, east London
» Rough Trade, west London
» Whitechapel Art Gallery, London
» Bike Foundry, Birmingham
» Cowley Club, Brighton
» Kebele social centre, Bristol
» Hydra Books, Bristol
» ACE, Edinburgh
» Word Power, Edinburgh
» News From Nowhere, Liverpool
» Sumac Centre, Nottingham
» October Books, Southampton
» AK Press, Online

Or take out a yearly subscription and have the paper delivered to you every month at a discounted rate.


July 2013 issue of Freedom includes:

  • News
    Bradley Manning faces life in jail
    Royal baby born
    State racism on the rise
    No offence (on the proposed Antisocial Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill and the right to protest)
  • International news
    Suzuki union busting in India
    Spanish banks occupied
    Notes from the US
    News in brief
  • The Bigger Picture
    An anarchist encampment in Cairo’s Tahrir Square
  • Analysis
    Use my broken heart: what the shooting of Trayvon Martin tells us about American society
    SWP saga continues
  • Comment
    Veganism versus capitalism
    News from a food bank
  • History
    Los camaradas Ingleses: the role of the British Battalion in the Spanish Civil War
  • Feature
    How to be free
  • Wildcat special
    Donald Rooum recalls the Challenor case
  • Prison news
    Prison under the coalition
    Prisoners on hunger and work strike in California
  • Sport
    Football’s blind eye to slavery
    More racism at AC Milan
  • Getting Active
    Calais Migrant Solidarity Network
    Stop the Arms Fair
    What’s on
  • Culture
    Anna Aslanyan reviews the book 24/7: Late Capitalism and the Ends of Sleep by Jonathan Crary
    Tom Jennings reviews Ken Loach’s film The Spirit of ’45
    Charlotte Dingle reviews the The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness by Michelle Alexander
    King Mob – photographs by Max Reeves
  • Also in this issue
    The Svartfrosk column ‘A sideways look’ on payday lenders
    Donald Rooum’s Wildcat cartoon
    The Quiz
    What’s On
    Readers’ letters and comments
    ‘Frank’ cartoon by Marc Roberts

Freedom newspaper can be purchased directly from our shop or is also available from any good radical bookshop/social centre.
Freedom Bookshop
Angel Alley
84b Whitechapel High Street
London E1 7QX 

Alternatively take out a yearly subscription and have the paper delivered to you.

 

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Charlotte Dingle is an imaginative, motivated individual with an award-winning track record, looking for challenging freelance writing, editing, illustration & design projects.Charlotte is current editor-in-chief of Biscuit (www.thisisbiscuit.com). Biscuit is an online magazine for bisexual women,