An Introduction to Anarchist Politics Life Without Law An Introduction to Anarchist PoliticsDownload h/t: http://www.tangledwilderness.org/ & https://firestorm.coop/ I want freedom, the right to self-expression, everybody’s right to beautiful, radiant things.—Emma Goldman, 1931 An anarchist is someone who rejects the domination of one person or class of people over another. Anarchism is a very broad umbrella term… Continue reading Life Without Law
Featured image: Celebrating Juneteenth poster by Everett Spruill. 20x 24 acrylic on gallery wrap canvas. Features freed African slaves in front of the capital building. What is Juneteenth?Juneteenth is the most popular day of celebration of emancipation from slavery in the U.S.What is the history of the holiday? On June 19th 1865, Union Major General… Continue reading Today’s History Lesson: Juneteenth
SMTX go get tested! The Texas Division of Emergency Management and the San Marcos Consolidated ISD with the support of the Texas Army National Guard will be offering free mobile COVID-19 testing east of I-35 at Bonham Pre-K, June 14 from 8am-5pm and June 20 from 10am-4pm at Bowie Elementary School. Thanks to Erin Zwiener, Texas State Representative, for helping make this possible. No registration… Continue reading #STOPTHESPREAD SMTX!
Boston Police watch over the Liberty Bell circa 1903. Library of Congress / Getty Images It would be easy to think that the police officer is a figure who has existed since the beginning of civilization. That’s the idea on display in the proclamation from President John F. Kennedy on the dedication of the week of May 15 as “National… Continue reading Today’s History Lesson: How the U.S. Got Its Police Force
Every week I am humbled by my own naivete. A couple weeks ago I literally thought I’d already be working on next month’s zine with some magazine letter cutouts & a free printer from the local Coronavirus trading Facebook group. I was going to scan & publish it page by page on a website so… Continue reading Jehnny’s Diary
I have missed this EVERY YEAR I HAVE WANTED TO GO & THIS Sunday at 7pm, I am finally gonna check it out. Socially distant. From my car. & on the biggest screen in TEXAS apparently. After watching a hilarious video that comedian (& former state-wide office candidate) Kelly Stone posted on her FB page,… Continue reading #sociallydistanceresponsibly with me & watch: 72-Hour Film Race, @ the Drive In // May 17th 7pm
A still from the 1963 film of William Golding’s Lord of the Flies. Photograph: Ronald Grant For centuries western culture has been permeated by the idea that humans are selfish creatures. That cynical image of humanity has been proclaimed in films and novels, history books and scientific research. But in the last 20 years, something… Continue reading ___The real Lord of the Flies: what happened when six boys were shipwrecked for 15 months