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Millions Of Black Masks interviews Davi Barker

Friday, November 1st, 2013   Submitted by Gyorgy Furiosa

DaviBarkerMillions Of Black Masks is an upcoming zine composed of interviews with anarchists from around the globe, archiving their personal interpretations and experiences living with anarchy. If you would like to be interviewed and included in this oral history of real anarchists, then please contact me directly. To introduce the project on Daily Anarchist, editor Davi Barker kindly agreed to answer some questions on his life as an anarchist.

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When The Tribe Moves In Next Door

Monday, October 14th, 2013   Submitted by Gyorgy Furiosa

PsyTribeYou’ve moved to the boondocks, surrounded by forests and mountains on all sides, minimal road access – sheer idyll. There are neighbors within a couple of kilometers who are farming and living off the land just like you. Your homestead is thriving, the gardens blooming and fruiting, the atmosphere peaceful and productive.

Then, the tribe moves in next door.

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Anarchy In The Ukraine

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013   Submitted by Max Stol

UKRAINEMany people would be interested to know if there is anarchy in the Ukraine. Anarchy can be wherever you want it to be, because anarchy cannot be limited by State boundaries. But, is there an anarchist movement in the Ukraine?

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Is Left Right And Right Wrong?

Thursday, September 26th, 2013   Submitted by Gyorgy Furiosa

LeftRight

“Left wing violence, right wing violence, all seems much the same,
Bully boys out fighting, it’s just the same old game.
Boring fucking politics that’ll get us all shot,
Left wing, right wing, you can stuff the lot.
Keep your petty prejudice, I don’t see the point,
ANARCHY AND FREEDOM IS WHAT I WANT.”

– White Punks On Hope,
Crass

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DEBT: The First 5,000 Years

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013   Submitted by Davi Barker

David Graeber is an anarchist author who teaches anthropology at Goldsmiths College, University of London. His book, “DEBT: The First 5,000 Years” takes an anthropological approach to the history of debt, not just who owed what to who, but how debt was used and what it meant in various cultures. David gave this talk as part of the Authors@Google program. It’s a long view, but utterly fascinating. I was especially astounded to hear him claim that there is no historical basis for barter economies, and in fact recording debt was the common means of transacting without currency. This video is chalked full of startling information, that was at least new to me. Enjoy!

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