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This category contains sites about information about and history of Anarcha Feminism.
Sites about Anarchosyndicalism should be submitted here. Sites about International Workers'' Association (IWA - WSA) or Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) should be submitted to corresponding subcategories.
"Anarchosyndicalism is the confirmed enemy of every form of economic and social monopoly, and aims at its abolition by means of economic communes and administrative organs of field and factory workers on the basis of a free system of councils, entirely liberated from subordination to any government or political party. Against the politics of the state and of parties it erects the economic organisation of labour; against the government of men, it sets up the administration of things." By Rudolf Rocker
Anarchist online chatrooms, message boards, mailing lists, and other forums for discussion around the world.
There is a subcategory called Music. You can submit sites about Anarchist music in that subcategory, other sites with Anarchist cultural information can be submitted here.
Anarchist lifestyles and culture.
Sites whose primary purpose is to provide an index or directory of links to other anarchist sites.
Sites pertaining to anarchist and anarchist inspired political activity rather than theory.
You can submit sites giving information about Anarchist events. Please include at least a date range and a location.
Information about Anarchist events could be found here.
Sites about Haymarket Riot, Sacco and Vanzetti Trial and Spanish Revolution should be submitted to relevant subcategories, other sites about Anarchist History can be submitted to this category.
Category dedicated to Anarchist History. There are subcategories for Haymarket Riot, Sacco and Vanzetti Trial and Spanish Revolution.
You can submit sites about Anarchist infoshops, cafes, meeting places, libraries here.
Anarchist infoshops, cafes, meeting places, libraries...
Sites opposed to or critical of anarchism.
You can submit sites giving information about Anarchist personalities and Anarchist leaders in this category. If there is a subcategory for the person about whom you want to submit a site you should submit to that subcategory.
Biographies and information about Anarchist personalities. Alexander Berkman, Emma Goldman, William Godwin, Peter Kropotkin, Mikhail Bakunin, Noam Chomsky, Buenaventura Durruti, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, Spartacus and Leo Tolstoy have their own subcategories. Information about others listed here.
Webrings, discussion groups, links, ISPs, email and other online resources available to anarchists.
This category is for documents, texts and essays outlining or analyzing Anarchist philosophy.
The pages which contain Anarchist links or Anarchist rings should be submitted here.
Anarchism Rings and Links pages
Before submitting a site please read the category description and be sure that your site meets at least one of the two requirements.
Sites that are either 1) pertaining to anarchism and authored by young people and/or students, or 2) pertaining to anarchist ideas and activism with regards to youth and/or students. Anarchism is a political theory which aims to create anarchy, "the absence of a master, of a sovereign." [P-J Proudhon, What is Property , p. 264] In other words, anarchism is a political theory which aims to create a society within which individuals freely co-operate together as equals. As such anarchism opposes all forms of hierarchical control - be that control by the state or a capitalist - as harmful to the individual and their individuality as well as unnecessary. [- excerpted from An Anarchist FAQ]
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