Category Archives: libertarian socialism

  1. My Family is Illegal

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    January 7, 2011 by tristan savage

    When I returned home from Central America in 2006, I learned that the state of Utah was outlawing my father. …
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  2. Richmond Cops Mistakenly Hand Over Anti-Protest Guides to Anarchist

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    January 7, 2011 by tristan savage

    Just ran into this great, bizarre post, from our friend Will Potter at GreenIsTheNewRed.com, about a police watchdog group in …
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  3. Happy New Year in a Cage!

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    January 6, 2011 by tristan savage

    A friend once told me that at the beginning of meetings Zapatista rebels in southern Mexico ask “is everybody here …
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  4. Wikileak: Mormon-sponsored agricultural imperialism?

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    December 21, 2010 by tristan savage

    The Wikileaks this week have continued to trickle out,  as every government in the world closes ranks against the possibility …
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  5. Youth in London organize against student fees

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    December 10, 2010 by tristan savage

    The latest installment from this winter’s student mobilizations against neoliberalism. This battle in London was the final showdown for the …
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  6. Labor Movements and Ecological Sanity

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    November 14, 2010 by tristan savage

    A lot of us were watching, amazed, as we saw riots paralyze Greece in 2008, and then a string of …
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  7. Can Mormons be socialists? The case of El Salvador

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    July 25, 2010 by The Mormon Worker

    I am visiting El Salvador for a few weeks, and was able to have an interesting conversation today with a …
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  8. Glenn Beck’s Twisted Theology

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    July 19, 2010 by Jason Brown

    In two recent posts on the wonderful site Religion Dispatches, the authors parse Glenn Beck’s most recent attacks on social …
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  9. Independence Day: Political Prisoners Freed in Mexico

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    July 8, 2010 by tristan savage

    As we work for the freedom of our comrades in prison here in Guatemala as well as in the United …
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  10. Accompanying the Peasant Movement Part 2: Conquistador with a Briefcase

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    June 29, 2010 by Kate Savage

    Saquimo Setaña is a community in northern Guatemala facing eviction by a local plantation owner. Three community members—Jesus Yat, Oscar …
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