The first meeting to discuss issue 54 of the defenestrator will happen on thursday may 1, 8:30pm at lava space.
Do you write? If you've got an article, interview, book review, or a piece of fiction or poetry that you want published, send it our way.
Here are some topics of interest, in no particular order:
Philly police corruption / harassment / racism
S.C.I. Phoenix / prison industrial complex
Transgender / queer issues
Gentrification as violence
Anarchism (community-oriented more than individualist)
History of Philadelphia
4224 Baltimore Ave
Fracking / coal mining / energy politics / destruction of the earth
Hip-hop & punk music
Communities under-represented or mis-represented by right-wing & liberal media
Tearing shit down
Our scope isn't limited to these so if you've got something else, let us know!
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Defenestrator issue 53 hits the streets this weekend.
It's been a very long journey, but all the blood, sweat and toil by contributors, editors, illustrators and supporters is about to come to fruition.
This issue is centered around WORK. There are articles and interviews about international workplace takeovers, nonprofit work & activism, collecting unemployment, radical sports, Black Orchid Foods, prison resistance and much more. We hope you enjoy reading it and thank you for your patience!
Long live the defenestrator.
Cover Art by Erik Ruin of Just Seeds Artist Cooperative. To see more, visit:www.justseeds.org
In this issue:
- Out Of the Frying Pan
- Ten Years After Seattle
- In Defense of the Land:
- The Budget We Got: Selling Philadelphia, selling us out
- Bomb It
- What I Learned At The WTO Protests In Seattle...
- AIDS is not in Recesion
- Casino Free Philadelphia takes Direct Action
- Rally Against Prison Abuse in PA
- Taxi Worker’s Alliance of Pennsylvania’s Leader Acquitted
- Union Victory for Art Museum Guards
- Taking Action for Healthcare
- Bagging For Obama
- The Militarization of Pittsburgh: Street Report From the G20
- Fallout from police repression at the G20 protests in Pittsburgh
- Take Back the Land Campaign
- Anti-Capitalism Goes Mainstream
- Resisting the Coup Grassroots Style!
- IBtheMC- aka IB the thuro-bred
- A Victory for Movement for Justice in El Barrio
- Prison Facts:
- Hell on Earth: U.S. Prisons
These ones didn't fit in the printed issue:
- Organizing where we are: Environmentalism in an era of green capitalism
- Neoliberalism Needs Death Squads in Colombia
- Beyond Attica: The Untold Story of Women's Resistance Behind Bars
- Forty Years in the Struggle: The Memoirs of a Jewish Anarchist
- New Book Surveys Oaxaca Uprising to Teach Rebellion
- Anarchism, Marxism, and Zapatismo
- Neighbors Fight Pool Closures
- Repression Against NAFTA's Refugees
- Leonard Peltier: Silence Screams
- Shell finally being taken to court over repression and pollution in the Niger Delta
- Prisoner beats false charges with HRC help
- Media, Revolution, and the Legacy of the Black Panther Party
- Review: Real Utopia:Participatory Society for the 21st Century
- A Rainbow Flag Over Habana
- Good Morning, Mr. President
- Philadelphia Narcotics Squad Officers Accused of Sexual Assault, Bodega Raids
- Flowers of Resistance and Liberty
- Review: Soldier for Culture: Solare Stare
- Argentine Factory in the Hands of the Workers
- City Council Passes 2010 Budget
- NJ 4 Update: Innocent Black Lesbians
- Baltimore's United Workers March on Inner Harbor
- Stamps of Aproval
- The People vs. The Banksters: A mass snowball fight in the City of London
- Suicide rates among U.S. Soldiers surpasses General Pop rates