Freedom, May 2012

May 2012 issue of Freedom

After a slight delay, the May 2012 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

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


May 2012 issue of Freedom includes:

  • News
    Defend the right to protest
    Antifascists in Brighton
    Occupy movement
    Workfare protests
    Squatting
  • International news
    Police close down Greek social centres
    Notes from the US
    Wildcat strikes on Poland
  • Feature
    Tax grab of private health firms is exposed
  • Analysis
    Palestinian hunger strikes
  • The Bigger Picture
    Free Derry
  • Economics
    Rich holing the boat we’re all in
    The Dutch experience
  • History
    The African Forum
  • Interview
    Greg Hall, award winning film-maker, writer and director
  • Comment
    Breivik’s defence
  • Prison news
    A brave new outsourced world?
  • Sport
    Shooting down the Olympics
    The Derby
  • Getting Active
    The Alarm AGM
    Netpol Conference
    Smash Edo
  • Culture
    Book reviews of Mutual Aid: an introduction and evaluation by Iain McKay
    plus Hamilton Richardson looks at Mr Messy and Mr Tickle by Roger Hargreaves
    The Arts pages feature Sig Waller
    The fiction chapter by Martin H. is entitled The Penny Drops
  • Also in this issue
    The Svartfrosk column ‘A sideways look‘ is on education cuts
    Donald Rooum’s Wildcat cartoon
    The Quiz
    What’s On
    Readers’ letters and comments

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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