Distro

Below are PDF files of most of the zines we try to distro. We’re really open to helping get out more, so anyone with zines they think make sense for us to distribute should let us know! We’re also really open to helping people put their writings into printable formats, either by doing it or sharing the (limited) design skills that we have. If that sounds interesting, get in touch!

These are not in any order. At all.

The Insurgent Southwest: Death, Criminality, and Militarization on the U.S.-Mexican Border

Designed to Kill

Originally published by Rolling Thunder, this zine explores the current crisis along the México-U.S. border from the perspective of an anarchist involved with humanitarian aid projects in the southern Arizona borderlands.

Diseñada Para Matar

Traducciön de un articulo publicado por Rolling Thunder sobre la crisis en la frontera entre México y los Estados Unidos del perspectivo de un anarquista involucrado con trabajo humanitario en el sur de Arizona.

Lines in Sand, by Peter Geldeloos

Three essays on identity, oppression and social war. Investigates the tension between those more aligned with “identity politics” and those emphasizing “insurrection”.

Why Misogynists Make Great Informants

Profiles of Provocateurs, by Kristian Williams

Burning the Bridges They Are Building: Anarchist Strategies Against the Police

Build a Wall of Resistance (Flyer)

10 Points on the Black Bloc

The Illegitimacy of Violence, the Violence of Legitimacy

Written by CrimethInc. and put into zine format by North Carolina Piece Corps.

Transcripts From a Forum on Black Mesa

The Oka Crisis

1995 Standoff at Ts’Peten

Learning Good Consent

The Broken Teapot

Dangerous Spaces: Violent Resistance, Self-Defense and Insurrectional Struggle Against Gender

The Power of Women and the Subversion of the Community

This Is Not a Love Story: Armed Struggle Against the Institutions of Patriarchy

Sex, Race and Class, by Selma James

On Women and Violence

Crime, from Anarchy Works, by Peter Gelderloos

Piece Now – Peace Later

An Anarchist Introduction to Firearms, by North Carolina Piece Corps.

Beware the Funders of Immigrants’ Rights

Bounty Hunters and Child Predators

Toronto G20 Main Conspiracy Group: The Charges and How They Came to Be

Writings of the Vancouver Five

I Will Not Crawl: Excerpts from Robert F. Williams on Black Struggle and Armed Defense in Monroe, NC

“…a brief biographical sketch of an incredible man named Robert F. Williams, along with several chapters excerpted from his famous 1962 book Negroes with Guns. Though less well known than more urban groups like the Black Panthers, the words and actions of Monroe, NC’s militant NAACP chapter were tremendously influential on later organizations that advocated self-determination, autonomy, equality, and self-defense.”

From North Carolina Piece Corps.

The Stockade Stood Burning

Rebellion and the Convict Lease in Tennessee’s Coal Fields, 1891 – 1895. From North Carolina Piece Corps.

Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries: Survival, Revolt, and Queer Antagonist Struggle

Black Anarchism, by Ashanti Alston

Terror Incognita

Summits, Counter-Summits and Social War

We Demand Nothing

Desert

Welcome to the Future, Essays on Climate Change, by Peter Gelderloos

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