Uses of a Whirlwind Movement, Movements, and Contemporary Radical Currents in the United States

ISBN-10: 1849350167

ISBN-13: 9781849350167

Edition: 2010

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In the midst of a moment defined by international crises, community devastation, increasing injustice, and ruptures in the fabric of everyday life, winds of resistance continue to emerge and to circulate.
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List price: $19.95
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: AK Press
Publication date: 8/1/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 420
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.386
Language: English

Preface: In the Wind
Foreword: The Whirlwinds Project in Context
Marc Herbst for the Journal of Aesthetics and Protest Press
Introduction: Sowing Radical Currents in the Ashes of Yesteryear: The Many Uses of a Whirlwind
Team Colors Collective
Organization Case Studies
Bluestockings Bookstore and New Institutions of Self-Organized Work: The Space Between Common Notions and Common Institutions
Bluestockings Bookstore and Activist Center
Anti-Authoritarian Organizing in Practice
Direct Action to Stop the War
A Look At Resistance to Interstate 69: Past, Present, and Future
Roadblock Earth First!
The Precarious Economy and Its Discontents: Struggling Against the Corporate Chains Through Workplace Organizing
The Starbucks Workers Union
Harvesting Solidarity: Farmworkers, Allies, and the Fight for Fair Food
Student/Farmworker Alliance
A Conversation on Organizing Models for Social Justice Struggles in the City
City Life/Vida Urbana
Picture the Homeless
Take Back the Land
United Workers; Moderated by Betty Robinson; Introduction
What's Going On? The USSF, Grassroots Activism, and Situated Knowledge
U.S. Social Forum Documentation Committee
Building Power in the City: Reflections on the Emergence of the Right to the City Alliance and the National Domestic Workers Alliance
Movement Strategies
Local Struggles, Global Contexts: Building Movements in North America in the Age of Globalized Capital
You Are What You Eat: The Food Sovereignty Struggle within the Global Justice Movement
Family Farm Defenders
Toward a Movement for Peace and Climate Justice
The Desire to Heal: Harm Intervention in a Landscape of Restorative Justice and Critical Resistance
Team Colors Collective
DIY Politics and Queer Activism
Art as Intervention: A Guide to Today's Radical Art Practices
Whistling into the Typhoon: A Radical Inquiry Into Autonomous Media
Getting to know Your City and the Social Movements That Call It Home: The Hybrid Networking and Documentary Work of Area Chicago
Area Chicago
Theoretical Analyses
Transatlantic Translations: Detectives and Researchers for the Revolution(s)
Maribel Casas-Cortes and Sebastian Cobarrubias
Organizing Encounters and Generating Events
Living in a Whirlwind: The Food/Energy/Work Crisis of 2008-09
Notes on the Financial Crisis: From Meltdown to Deep Freeze
Feminism and the Politics of the Commons in an Era of Primitive Accumulation
Pallas and "The People's Business"
Radical Patience: Feeling Effective over the Long Haul
Challenging Power and Creating New Spaces for Possibility: A Discussion with Robin D.G. Kelley
We Can Begin to Take Back Our Lives: A Discussion with Ashanti Omowali Alston
Team Colors Collective
The Power Within Us to Create the World Anew: A Discussion with Grace Lee Boggs
Team Colors Collective
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