Audible Anarchism
Alexander Berkman: What is Communist Anarchism? - The Wage System

Alexander Berkman: What is Communist Anarchism? - The Wage System

May 14, 2022

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Alexander Berkman (November 21, 1870 – June 28, 1936) was a leading member of the anarchist movement in the early 20th century, famous for both his political activism and his writing. Berkman was born in Vilna in the Russian Empire (present-day Vilnius, Lithuania) and immigrated to the United States in 1888. He lived in New York City, where he became involved in the anarchist movement. He was the one-time lover and lifelong friend of anarchist Emma Goldman. In 1892, undertaking an act of propaganda of the deed, Berkman made an unsuccessful attempt to assassinate businessman Henry Clay Frick, for which he served 14 years in prison.

Alexander Berkman: What is Communist Anarchism? - What do you want out of life?

Alexander Berkman: What is Communist Anarchism? - What do you want out of life?

May 7, 2022
Read for Audible Anarchist by Gregory Pankow https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC69G...
Alexander Berkman (November 21, 1870 – June 28, 1936) was a leading member of the anarchist movement in the early 20th century, famous for both his political activism and his writing. Berkman was born in Vilna in the Russian Empire (present-day Vilnius, Lithuania) and immigrated to the United States in 1888. He lived in New York City, where he became involved in the anarchist movement. He was the one-time lover and lifelong friend of anarchist Emma Goldman. In 1892, undertaking an act of propaganda of the deed, Berkman made an unsuccessful attempt to assassinate businessman Henry Clay Frick, for which he served 14 years in prison.
Alexander Berkman: What is Communist Anarchism? - Introduction

Alexander Berkman: What is Communist Anarchism? - Introduction

April 30, 2022
Read for Audible Anarchist by Gregory Pankow https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC69G...
 
 
Alexander Berkman (November 21, 1870 – June 28, 1936) was a leading member of the anarchist movement in the early 20th century, famous for both his political activism and his writing. Berkman was born in Vilna in the Russian Empire (present-day Vilnius, Lithuania) and immigrated to the United States in 1888. He lived in New York City, where he became involved in the anarchist movement. He was the one-time lover and lifelong friend of anarchist Emma Goldman. In 1892, undertaking an act of propaganda of the deed, Berkman made an unsuccessful attempt to assassinate businessman Henry Clay Frick, for which he served 14 years in prison.
Alexander Berkman: What is Communist Anarchism? - Authors Forword

Alexander Berkman: What is Communist Anarchism? - Authors Forword

April 23, 2022

Read for Audible Anarchist by Gregory Pankow https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC69G...

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Alexander Berkman (November 21, 1870 – June 28, 1936) was a leading member of the anarchist movement in the early 20th century, famous for both his political activism and his writing. Berkman was born in Vilna in the Russian Empire (present-day Vilnius, Lithuania) and immigrated to the United States in 1888. He lived in New York City, where he became involved in the anarchist movement. He was the one-time lover and lifelong friend of anarchist Emma Goldman. In 1892, undertaking an act of propaganda of the deed, Berkman made an unsuccessful attempt to assassinate businessman Henry Clay Frick, for which he served 14 years in prison.

Make Rojava Green Again - Epilogue

Make Rojava Green Again - Epilogue

April 16, 2022

The illustrated book can be read at https://makerojavagreenagain.org/book/

 

What is it about the social structures of Rojava that so inspires the fierce loyalty of its defenders and its people? This book answers that question. In language that bridges the Utopian and the concrete, the poetic and the everyday, the Internationalist Commune of Rojava has produced both a vision and a manual for what a free, ecological society can look like. In these pages you will find a philosophical introduction to the idea of social ecology, a theory that argues that only when we end the hierarchical relations between human beings (men over women, young over old, one ethnicity or religion over another) will we be able to heal our relationship with the natural world. Debbie Bookchin Make Rojava Green Again is an excellent book. Written comprehensively, it effectively outlines the fundamental causes of the climate crisis we currently face across the world. In simple terms, it sets out the fundamentals of the theory of ‘Social Ecology;’ that domination of human over human, and capitalist modernity in its infinite drive for growth are responsible for ecological breakdown. Most importantly, this book serves as a profound manifesto of hope for those of us who are fearful for the future of this world. Surrounded by enemies on all borders, and torn by war, the international commune in Rojava still labors to restore the integrity of its ecology and natural environment; this surely is a source of inspiration and it shows that everywhere, in liberated societies, we may hope to preserve the natural fabric of our world. Tim Lewes Nevertheless, Make Rojava Green Again offers a positive vision of the ongoing social revolution taking place in the area. At a moment when the launch of Extinction Rebellion suggests that a resurgent ecology movement is appearing at home, these under-reported initiatives are a great inspiration. Given the immense scale of the ecological challenges facing us, it is often difficult to know where to concentrate efforts. So here are two suggestions. First, your own community, and second, global solidarity initiatives such as this one! This book will help to raise the profile of some hopeful green shoots of change. To give the final word to the Internationalist Commune for Rojava: ‘Rojava needs us, but even more we need Rojava’. Steve Hunt v

Make Rojava Green Again - Chapter Five

Make Rojava Green Again - Chapter Five

April 9, 2022

The illustrated book can be read at https://makerojavagreenagain.org/book/

 

What is it about the social structures of Rojava that so inspires the fierce loyalty of its defenders and its people? This book answers that question. In language that bridges the Utopian and the concrete, the poetic and the everyday, the Internationalist Commune of Rojava has produced both a vision and a manual for what a free, ecological society can look like. In these pages you will find a philosophical introduction to the idea of social ecology, a theory that argues that only when we end the hierarchical relations between human beings (men over women, young over old, one ethnicity or religion over another) will we be able to heal our relationship with the natural world. Debbie Bookchin Make Rojava Green Again is an excellent book. Written comprehensively, it effectively outlines the fundamental causes of the climate crisis we currently face across the world. In simple terms, it sets out the fundamentals of the theory of ‘Social Ecology;’ that domination of human over human, and capitalist modernity in its infinite drive for growth are responsible for ecological breakdown. Most importantly, this book serves as a profound manifesto of hope for those of us who are fearful for the future of this world. Surrounded by enemies on all borders, and torn by war, the international commune in Rojava still labors to restore the integrity of its ecology and natural environment; this surely is a source of inspiration and it shows that everywhere, in liberated societies, we may hope to preserve the natural fabric of our world. Tim Lewes Nevertheless, Make Rojava Green Again offers a positive vision of the ongoing social revolution taking place in the area. At a moment when the launch of Extinction Rebellion suggests that a resurgent ecology movement is appearing at home, these under-reported initiatives are a great inspiration. Given the immense scale of the ecological challenges facing us, it is often difficult to know where to concentrate efforts. So here are two suggestions. First, your own community, and second, global solidarity initiatives such as this one! This book will help to raise the profile of some hopeful green shoots of change. To give the final word to the Internationalist Commune for Rojava: ‘Rojava needs us, but even more we need Rojava’. Steve Hunt v

Make Rojava Green Again - Chapter Four - Ecological Challenges

Make Rojava Green Again - Chapter Four - Ecological Challenges

April 2, 2022

The illustrated book can be read at https://makerojavagreenagain.org/book/

 

What is it about the social structures of Rojava that so inspires the fierce loyalty of its defenders and its people? This book answers that question. In language that bridges the Utopian and the concrete, the poetic and the everyday, the Internationalist Commune of Rojava has produced both a vision and a manual for what a free, ecological society can look like. In these pages you will find a philosophical introduction to the idea of social ecology, a theory that argues that only when we end the hierarchical relations between human beings (men over women, young over old, one ethnicity or religion over another) will we be able to heal our relationship with the natural world. Debbie Bookchin Make Rojava Green Again is an excellent book. Written comprehensively, it effectively outlines the fundamental causes of the climate crisis we currently face across the world. In simple terms, it sets out the fundamentals of the theory of ‘Social Ecology;’ that domination of human over human, and capitalist modernity in its infinite drive for growth are responsible for ecological breakdown. Most importantly, this book serves as a profound manifesto of hope for those of us who are fearful for the future of this world. Surrounded by enemies on all borders, and torn by war, the international commune in Rojava still labors to restore the integrity of its ecology and natural environment; this surely is a source of inspiration and it shows that everywhere, in liberated societies, we may hope to preserve the natural fabric of our world. Tim Lewes Nevertheless, Make Rojava Green Again offers a positive vision of the ongoing social revolution taking place in the area. At a moment when the launch of Extinction Rebellion suggests that a resurgent ecology movement is appearing at home, these under-reported initiatives are a great inspiration. Given the immense scale of the ecological challenges facing us, it is often difficult to know where to concentrate efforts. So here are two suggestions. First, your own community, and second, global solidarity initiatives such as this one! This book will help to raise the profile of some hopeful green shoots of change. To give the final word to the Internationalist Commune for Rojava: ‘Rojava needs us, but even more we need Rojava’. Steve Hunt v

Make Rojava Green Again - Chapter Three Capitalist Modernity

Make Rojava Green Again - Chapter Three Capitalist Modernity

March 26, 2022

The illustrated book can be read at https://makerojavagreenagain.org/book/

What is it about the social structures of Rojava that so inspires the fierce loyalty of its defenders and its people? This book answers that question. In language that bridges the Utopian and the concrete, the poetic and the everyday, the Internationalist Commune of Rojava has produced both a vision and a manual for what a free, ecological society can look like. In these pages you will find a philosophical introduction to the idea of social ecology, a theory that argues that only when we end the hierarchical relations between human beings (men over women, young over old, one ethnicity or religion over another) will we be able to heal our relationship with the natural world. Debbie Bookchin Make Rojava Green Again is an excellent book. Written comprehensively, it effectively outlines the fundamental causes of the climate crisis we currently face across the world. In simple terms, it sets out the fundamentals of the theory of ‘Social Ecology;’ that domination of human over human, and capitalist modernity in its infinite drive for growth are responsible for ecological breakdown. Most importantly, this book serves as a profound manifesto of hope for those of us who are fearful for the future of this world. Surrounded by enemies on all borders, and torn by war, the international commune in Rojava still labors to restore the integrity of its ecology and natural environment; this surely is a source of inspiration and it shows that everywhere, in liberated societies, we may hope to preserve the natural fabric of our world. Tim Lewes Nevertheless, Make Rojava Green Again offers a positive vision of the ongoing social revolution taking place in the area. At a moment when the launch of Extinction Rebellion suggests that a resurgent ecology movement is appearing at home, these under-reported initiatives are a great inspiration. Given the immense scale of the ecological challenges facing us, it is often difficult to know where to concentrate efforts. So here are two suggestions. First, your own community, and second, global solidarity initiatives such as this one! This book will help to raise the profile of some hopeful green shoots of change. To give the final word to the Internationalist Commune for Rojava: ‘Rojava needs us, but even more we need Rojava’. Steve Hunt v

Make Rojava Green Again - Chapter Two Social Ecology

Make Rojava Green Again - Chapter Two Social Ecology

March 19, 2022

The illustrated book can be read at https://makerojavagreenagain.org/book/

What is it about the social structures of Rojava that so inspires the fierce loyalty of its defenders and its people? This book answers that question. In language that bridges the Utopian and the concrete, the poetic and the everyday, the Internationalist Commune of Rojava has produced both a vision and a manual for what a free, ecological society can look like. In these pages you will find a philosophical introduction to the idea of social ecology, a theory that argues that only when we end the hierarchical relations between human beings (men over women, young over old, one ethnicity or religion over another) will we be able to heal our relationship with the natural world. Debbie Bookchin Make Rojava Green Again is an excellent book. Written comprehensively, it effectively outlines the fundamental causes of the climate crisis we currently face across the world. In simple terms, it sets out the fundamentals of the theory of ‘Social Ecology;’ that domination of human over human, and capitalist modernity in its infinite drive for growth are responsible for ecological breakdown. Most importantly, this book serves as a profound manifesto of hope for those of us who are fearful for the future of this world. Surrounded by enemies on all borders, and torn by war, the international commune in Rojava still labors to restore the integrity of its ecology and natural environment; this surely is a source of inspiration and it shows that everywhere, in liberated societies, we may hope to preserve the natural fabric of our world. Tim Lewes Nevertheless, Make Rojava Green Again offers a positive vision of the ongoing social revolution taking place in the area. At a moment when the launch of Extinction Rebellion suggests that a resurgent ecology movement is appearing at home, these under-reported initiatives are a great inspiration. Given the immense scale of the ecological challenges facing us, it is often difficult to know where to concentrate efforts. So here are two suggestions. First, your own community, and second, global solidarity initiatives such as this one! This book will help to raise the profile of some hopeful green shoots of change. To give the final word to the Internationalist Commune for Rojava: ‘Rojava needs us, but even more we need Rojava’. Steve Hunt v

Make Rojava Green Again - Chapter One the Internationalist Commune of Rojava

Make Rojava Green Again - Chapter One the Internationalist Commune of Rojava

March 12, 2022

The illustrated book can be read at https://makerojavagreenagain.org/book/

What is it about the social structures of Rojava that so inspires the fierce loyalty of its defenders and its people? This book answers that question. In language that bridges the Utopian and the concrete, the poetic and the everyday, the Internationalist Commune of Rojava has produced both a vision and a manual for what a free, ecological society can look like. In these pages you will find a philosophical introduction to the idea of social ecology, a theory that argues that only when we end the hierarchical relations between human beings (men over women, young over old, one ethnicity or religion over another) will we be able to heal our relationship with the natural world. Debbie Bookchin Make Rojava Green Again is an excellent book. Written comprehensively, it effectively outlines the fundamental causes of the climate crisis we currently face across the world. In simple terms, it sets out the fundamentals of the theory of ‘Social Ecology;’ that domination of human over human, and capitalist modernity in its infinite drive for growth are responsible for ecological breakdown. Most importantly, this book serves as a profound manifesto of hope for those of us who are fearful for the future of this world. Surrounded by enemies on all borders, and torn by war, the international commune in Rojava still labors to restore the integrity of its ecology and natural environment; this surely is a source of inspiration and it shows that everywhere, in liberated societies, we may hope to preserve the natural fabric of our world. Tim Lewes Nevertheless, Make Rojava Green Again offers a positive vision of the ongoing social revolution taking place in the area. At a moment when the launch of Extinction Rebellion suggests that a resurgent ecology movement is appearing at home, these under-reported initiatives are a great inspiration. Given the immense scale of the ecological challenges facing us, it is often difficult to know where to concentrate efforts. So here are two suggestions. First, your own community, and second, global solidarity initiatives such as this one! This book will help to raise the profile of some hopeful green shoots of change. To give the final word to the Internationalist Commune for Rojava: ‘Rojava needs us, but even more we need Rojava’. Steve Hunt v

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