A Black Autonomy Reader (incomplete)

Mutt

Publisher: Seditionist Distribution

Black Autonomism developed in American prisons within the conversations, letters and zines shared between imprisoned militants of the 70s Black power movement. Dissatisfied with the lack of support they were offered by their waning organisations under the thumb of a brutal counter insurgency.

This reader is just one attempt to stitch together the ideas, individuals & organisations that both influenced and sprung fourth from these realisations and realities. This was put together explicitly using texts that are already available in print and online just to show y'all how much knowledge has already been made available once you scratch the surface.

Ranging from Black anarchic radicals within the British squatter movement, witnesses to the anti-police rebellion in Ferguson to critical analysis of the failures of State Socialism in continental Africa written by black anarchists who’ve experienced it first hand.

Not everyone in this reader could be described as an anarchist, but the relevance of these experiences have much to offer anarchists and anti-authoritarians of all stripes.

Digital Printed
476 Pages

- Fullfillment of this product will be at the end of May -

Suggested Price: £7.00