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New Anarchist Zine - imminent rebellion


New Anarchist Zine - imminent rebellion

Hey all!

Issue 1 of imminent rebellion is now available. imminent rebellion is a free anarchist 'zine from Aotearoa/New Zealand. imminent rebellion is designed to act as a platform for communication and debate amongst New Zealand anarchists (which is currently lacking) and aims to create an “anarchist presence” within Aotearoa.

imminent rebellion is aimed at New Zealand anarchists but is also designed to be accessible by other non-anarchists. We hope it to start getting the debate going amongst ourselves so that hopefully we can start to get some answers and, of course, translate those answers into change. The focus of this ‘zine is on analysis and debate with some news and project updates thrown in their for good measure.

Those who have contributed to putting this ‘zine together come from a variety of backgrounds – anarcho-communism, anarcha-feminism, anarcho-syndicalism, radical ecological perspectives and even some primitivist tendencies too – and in the interest of developing productive and meaningful debate imminent rebellion will strive to be an open forum to all anarchist and even some broad left perspectives.

If anyone would like to help with distribution in their area please email me.

imminent rebellion will also be available at the Anarchist Tea Party.

Torrance.

http://www.enzyme.org.nz/i-r

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