Réunion publique à Québec: le projet de société communiste libertaire

exposé et discussion avec:

Guillaume Davranche
membre Alternative Libertaire, Paris Sud.

et Juliette Thorin
membre Alternative Libertaire, Paris Nord-est.

Lundi 26 mai 08, 19h30
à La Page Noire
265 Dorchester

Une invitation du Collectif anarchiste La Nuit

Info: nefacquebec [arobas] yahoo.ca

Cliquez pour une affiche en PDF
Cliquez pour un tract en PDF

New book on the history of anarchism in Quebec

Lux (http://www.luxediteur.com/) has just published the first work of importance on the history of anarchism in Quebec.

Boston: Tuesday, May 13, NEA #13 Release Event at LPC!

Tuesday, May 13
7:00-9:00 pm

Lucy Parsons Center

549 Columbus Avenue, Boston

Free and open to the public.

Celebrate the publication of the latest issue of the Northeastern Anarchist. Produced in Boston since 2001, the NEA is a magazine of class struggle theory and practice, read around the world from Paris to Pawtucket.

Join us as we release issue #13 with articles on occupied factories in Venezuela, Cleveland Militant Labor in the 40s, Vermont Communes in the 60s, Public Sector Strike in South Africa, The Ecological Challenge and more...

The Ecological Challenge: Three Revolutions are Necessary

by Alternative Libertaire

For decades, anti-capitalists have rightly raised the question of the “redistribution of wealth” between the Global North and Global South. This idea has commonly been imagined to mean an end to the pillage of the Third World by the advanced industrialized powers, so that the people of the Global South are able to attain an equivalent level of development. This demand, put simply, means that the South should catch up to the North’s "standard of living."

But this old view is clumsy and over-simplified, since certain countries are already fully in the process of "taking their share" of the cake that is Planet Earth, and this is accelerating the destruction of the great ecological balances. The arrival of China and India as industrial, political and military powers obliges revolutionaries to rethink, from top to bottom, issues surrounding the model of development itself.

With a planetary ecological crisis on hand, it can no longer be denied that socialism will be incompatible with mass production and mass consumption. Indeed, even without returning to Malthusian catastrophe theories, we are forced to admit that the planet’s resources are not inexhaustible. These resources could provide for humanity’s needs, but only if they are used in a reasonable and rational way, i.e., in a manner directly opposed to capitalist logic, which in itself is a source of imbalance.

Cause commune no 20

Le numéro 20 de Cause commune, le journal de la NEFAC au Québec, est maintenant disponible sur le web. 4000 exemplaires papier de ce journal sont distribués gratuitement par des militantEs libertaires, membres ou non de l’organisation. Cause commune se veut un tremplin pour les idées anarchistes, en appui aux mouvements de résistance contre les patrons, les proprios et leurs alliés au gouvernement. Si le journal vous plaît et que vous voulez aider à le diffuser dans votre milieu, contactez le collectif de la NEFAC le plus près de vous.

Un pdf à basse résolution --format tabloïd-- est disponible.

Au sommaire du no 20 (format HTML)

May 1st Longshore Workers Strike Against War

The strike, being organized by the Longshore Caucus of the International Longshore & Warehouse Union (ILWU), will seek to shutdown all west coast ports for a period of 8 hours on the day of May 1st 2008. Endorsements by General Union of Port Workers in Iraq, Swedish Dockworkers Union, Vermont AFL-CIO, APWU New York Metro, South Carolina AFL-CIO, South Bay AFL-CIO.

We Are All Sean Bell: Images of People's Justice, Part 1

"We Are All Sean Bell": Images of the People's Justice March that took the streets of Queens on Friday, April 25, 2008.

By Michael Gould-Wartofsky (NEFAC-NYC)

The spark: The acquittal of the three cops who fired 50 shots into an unarmed Black man on his wedding day in 2007.

The demand: Justice for Sean Bell and All Victims of Police Brutality. Community Control of the Police.

See images here:
http://nyc.indymedia.org/en/2008/04/96697.html

Lethal Labor: Meet the Tunnel Rats

"Tunnel Rats" of Washington, D.C. work in unforgiving conditions; temperatures often exceed 160-degrees, immense chunks of concrete plummet from the ceiling, and the perilous passages are engulfed in welding fumes, pulverized asbestos, and concrete dust. The shafts are so out of control, the Capitol Police refuse to venture into them out of concern for the safety of their dogs. The fire department will not attempt an emergency rescue as there is a lack of communication system and, due to the extremely cramped conditions, access is extremely limited. But that is merely the tip of the iceberg--the Architect of the Capitol had been purposely misleading them for years about the dangerous levels of asbestos exposure in the passages.

Nouvelles affiches anticapitalistes

Les camarades de l'Union locale de Montréal ont produits quatres nouvelles affiches dans le cadre de leur campagne pour un premier mai communiste libertaire (Plus de détails ici). Les voici (cliquez sur les images pour avoir des fichiers pdf). Évidemment, c'est «copyleft».

NEFAC-NYC calls for contingent at NYC May Day march!

MAY DAY NYC!

For a World Without Bosses. For a World Without Borders.
For the International Solidarity of the Working Class!

NEFAC-NYC is calling for an anarchist workers contingent to join in the
May Day marches in our city next Thursday, May 1, 2008.

1pm - Join the IWW march at Cadman Plaza, at the foot of the Brooklyn
Bridge. Look for the Red & Black flags and banners.
2pm - Rally with the Break the Chains Campaign at Chinatown's Roosevelt Park

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