Where To Go From Here

Original Note: Some of these links are included in multiple categories. Others aren't, but should be. Some of the links may be faulty, overloaded, or poorly designed. We regret this. Also, a link's inclusion here is not meant as an endorsement by them of us or vice versa. We have attempted to include some notice of what exactly to expect. If this note is in quotes, it is most likely how they describe themselves.

New Note: Readers may notice that a lot of the links from our original links page are gone. This has nothing to do with our politics changing but rather the disappearance of many great sites. If there is a site that you feel should be here, please send it to us with a brief description.


Police and Prisons


Howard Zinn's Webpage
American Slave Narratives: An Online Anthology
BoondocksNet.com: US imperialism in the Philippines and older political graphics (A little frustrating to navigate through, but the treasure trove of material makes it worth it.)
Radical History Review (A bit stodgy and academic; little online, but can be found in many academic libraries)
Secession Era Editorials Project
Something Has Gone Very Wrong... The Homepage of James W. Loewen: Author of Lies My Teacher Told Me and Lies Across America
TamilTigers.net A website about the struggle for Tamil Eelam's independence from Sri Lanka. As they say: "Freedom is never given. It has to be fought for and won."
Year 501: The Conquest Continues Chomsky's book online!

Slavery, Prisons, and Police

Foucalt's chapter on Panopticism from Discipline and Punish
The Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice "A private non-profit organization whose mission is to reduce society's reliance on the use of incarceration as a solution to social problems."
The Correctional Association of New York "is a private, non-profit criminal justice policy and advocacy organization that works to create a fair, efficient and humane criminal justice system and a more safe and just society."
Corrections.com Where prisons and jails buy their cages.
Drop The Rock The Time is Now to Repeal the Rockefeller Drug Laws
Electronic Privacy Information Center
An Example of Prisoner Phone Service
Families Against Mandatory Minimums "founded in 1991 to challenge inflexible and excessive penalties required by mandatory sentencing laws. FAMM promotes sentencing policies that give judges the discretion to distinguish between defendants and sentence them according to their role in the offense, seriousness of the offense and potential for rehabilitation."
The Fortune Society "Staffed primarily by ex-offenders, The Fortune Society is a not-for-profit community-based organization dedicated to educating the public about prisons, criminal justice issues, and the root causes of crime. We also help ex-offenders and at-risk youth break the cycle of crime and incarceration through a broad range of services."
From the Wilderness ex-LAPD turned serious critic of the CIA and U.S. foreign Policy; also features a column by HIAW fave Stan Goff.
Inmate.com Prison Penpals and Links
Lost Promise: The Criminal Justice System Photography by Robert Gumpert
Mccaffrey Lies Charts, Articles, and Links About the Drug War (Never updated and a bit "hippy," nevetheless has good material on the Drug War)
No More Prisons dot org | The Prison Moratorium Project
The Panopticon (webmaster's note: Keeps some of us awake at night)
Parenti Articles Christian Parenti is one of the best writers today examing the issue of prisons as well as larger societal issues.
Pointing To Prisoners
Prison Legal News a monthly journal edited by Washington State prisoner Paul Wright.
The Schaffer Library On Drug Policy - Studies, Links, Debates and More.
The Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics An Amazing resources of prison and police statistics. LOTS of tables (over 600!) with some very telling figures. Last updated in 2003, the material is still great.


Black Star North Collective
Bretton Woods Project Monitoring the World Bank and the IMF. Critical to understanding the mechanisms of debt in global politics.
Citizens for Tax Justice is a nonpartisan, nonprofit research and advocacy organization dedicated to fair taxation at the federal, state, and local levels.
Class Against Class more insurrectionist readings
Eclipse and Re-Emergence of the Communist Movement The complete, revised, and anticopyrighted text by Gilles Dauv and Francois Martin, a classic of left/council/autonomist communism.
The Electronic Intifada "will equip you to challenge myth, distortion and spin in the media in an informed way, enabling you to effect positive changes in media coverage of the Palestinians and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict."
flag.blackened.net A great with a wonderful subsection on the Spanish Civil War
Harry Cleaver's Reading Capital Politically The entire book online
Industrial Society And Its Future An essay.
"Insurrection, Organization, Activism and Anti-Politics" Insurrectionist Anarchist readings, including a broad selection of the writings of Alfredo Bonanno, a popular insurrectionist.
The Library At NothingnessThis online library contains a wide selection of texts by the Situationist Internationale, who helped to instigate the student movement that led to May 68 in France, as well as the archives of the Journal Social Anarchy (edited by Ehrlich and Ehrlich).
The Middle East Research and Information Project "provides news and perspectives about the Middle East not available from mainstream news sources."
The People's Geography Project "the major goal of the people's Geography Project is to popularize and make even more relevant and useful to ordinary people the important, critical ways of understanding the complex geographies of everyday life that geographers have and continue to develop." Really Rad Stuff.
Project Censored
All about the Cocaine Importing Agency
Southern Poverty Law Center reports on Hate Groups. There has been some criticism of them in the last several years, but their monitoring of white supremacist groups is really good.
Spunk Brian writes: "this one is similar to Anarchy Archives with more of an emphasis on contemporary discourses of anarchism."
Third World Traveler (Warning: poorly organized webpage, but worth searching through)
United For A Fair Economy "a movement support organization to provide media capacity, face-to-face economic literacy education, and training resources to organizations and individuals who work to address the widening income and asset gap in our country."
What Next? What Next? is a discussion journal aimed at those who are interested in the development of Marxism as a guide to action. The purpose of the journal is to provide a forum for open discussion.


ZMAG "An independent political magazine of critical thinking on political, cultural, social, and economic life in the United States." Easily one of the best resource available online for the dissent community.
Against the Current
Ajeeb Online
Collective Action Notes "is a publication from Baltimore which documents and discusses different struggles (strikes, occupations, etc.) world-wide."
Cuba's Granma
The Earth First Journal
FAIR Fairness and Accuracy In Reporting, "the national media watch group, has been offering well-documented criticism of media bias and censorship since 1986."
The Financial Times The Enemy is always well read.
GNN Guerrilla News Network. Their S-11 Redux video is still their best work.
Ha'Aretz An Israeli newspaper.
IndyMedia - Indymedia is a collective of independent media organizations and hundreds of journalists offering grassroots, non-corporate coverage. Indymedia is a democratic media outlet for the creation of radical, accurate, and passionate tellings of truth.
Killing King Abacus A journal of insurrectionism.
MIM Notes online Maoist International Movement's bi-monthly publication
The New York Times The Enemy is always well prepared.
The Palestine Chronicle
Race Traitor
Toward Freedom online"An international news, analysis and advocacy journal."


Adbusters Adbusters is good, but sometimes a bit problematic. Recently, they've started marketing a resistance shoe (?!) and posted a cheap dis on z magazine (which deserves critique, but not for being "Firmly stuck in the soviet era"!). Still, they have published several excellent issues and regularly contribute great work.
APOC Anarchist People of Color
The Billboard Liberation Front "Truth In Advertising Since 1977"
The Center for Constitutional Rights "a non-profit legal and educational organization dedicated to protecting and advancing the rights guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights."
The Center for Third World Organizing "a Gateway to the Movement - a central hub that links communities of color with organizing skills, political education, and visions of a just society."
crimethinc (a social phenomenon)
Deal.With.It. "is a journal currently put out by anti-sexist anarchist men in support of the struggle to end sexist oppression, deconstruct gender, overthrow patriarchy, and achieve total liberation."
The Free Lori Berenson Campaign
Freedom Road Socialist Organization
Guerilla Etiquette and postering techniques from Robbie Conal
The Guerrilla Girls "established in 1985 and still going strong in the 21st century, are a group of women artists, writers, performers and film makers who fight discrimination."
The Highlander Folk School "dedicated to eliminating poverty and winning the right to genuine and meaningful democratic participation for all people."
indictsharon.net "is the website of the International Campaign for Justice for the Victims of Sabra & Shatila"
The Institute For Social Ecology "Popular Education for a Free Society"
The International People's Democratic Uhuru Movement
The Malcolm X Grassroots Movement
Mikey Zine (With posters and more posters!)
Not Bored!
Progressive Reviews Link Page
The Stencil Revolution So hot.
White Privilege Oppose whiteness, embrace humanity.
The Youth Empowerment Center


Acamonchi is about underground art and counterculture in the Tijuana, Mexico border region. Please note we're not Chicanos and we're not planning to become Chicanos either (we can discuss that later on). We are influenced by "US thrash-border-culture," but with a Northern Mexican worldview."
art crimes public art
Barry Crimmins: Political Satirist
The Beehive Collective
Black Panther Newspaper Collection
A Brief History of Chicano Murals
Common Sense by Thomas Paine (full text)
Euphemism stickers
The Federal Reserve
flags for an anti-war america
GreenPeace's Genetic Engineering page
Guide to Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) destruction.
Human Rights Watch
Marx mail The Marxism Mailing List
Mccaffrey Lies Charts, Articles, and Links About the Drug War
The Memory Hole "Rescuing knowledge, Freeing Information"
Michael Parenti Funny and the dad of prison historian Christian Parenti.
Movement Of The Imagination Posters, Images, and Art.
Nonviolent Action As "The Sword That Heals" Challenging Ward Churchill's "Pacifism As Pathology" By George Lakey, Director, Training for Change
The Panopticon (webmaster's note: Keeps some of us awake at night)
Parenti Articles
pocho.com A Pocho/Chicano Humor site
Pointing To Prisoners
The Schaffer Library On Drug Policy - Studies, Links, Debates and More.
The Souls of Black Folk by W.E.B. Du Bois (full text)
Stickers from Raise the Fist
This Modern World
Temporary Services
Workers Solidarity Movement PDF files pamphlets, posters and such.
A Zapatista Gallery
Zmag's six reasons not to go to war (A PDF)
The Perpetual War Portfolio

Genuine peace is the fruit of justice.
And true peace is not the dead kind of peace,
like the tenant's surrender to the landlord.
It is a living, dynamic one which can often
be accompanied by struggle and conflict.

—from Charles Avila's Peasant Theology

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