BLACK ANARCHISM by Ashanti Alston
Summary: This talk explores the history and possible future of black anarchism. It covers anarchistic elements in African traditions, anti-authoritarian moments in America�s black liberation movement, and the possible contours of a black anarchism movement.
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Notes: Ashanti Alston is a former member of the Black Panther Party and former prisoner-of-war (Black Liberation Army). He is presently a member of Estación Libre/People of Color Zapatista Support Group, a board member of the Institute for Anarchist Studies, and the Northeast U.S. Coordinator for Critical Resistance.
The Institute for Anarchist Studies is a nonprofit foundation established in 1996 to support the development of anarchism. We are primarily a grant-giving organization for radical writers: we have funded over thirty projects by authors from countries such as Argentina, Canada, Chile, Ireland, Mexico, Nigeria, Germany, South Africa, and the United States.
The Student Liberation Action Movement (SLAM) is a multi-racial student and youth organization dedicated to defending public education and resisting the still-growing culture of incarceration.
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