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"Los Solidarios" de Chicho Sánchez Ferlosio

This video is of Spanish singer-songwriter Ferlosio Chicho Sánchez, in a recording of a documentary: 'Buenaventurra Durruti, anarchist'. I'll look for the documentary to find it, but this is still a really good song. check it:

The Catholic Workers Movement

Jesse Hirsh host of 3D Dialogue interviews Rob Shearer a member of the Toronto Catholic Worker community.

The Catholic Worker Movement, first founded in the US in 1933, believes in absolute harmony and a personal responsibility for helping the poor... as the website states, the movement believes "in the God-given dignity of every human person". Today, there are over 185 Catholic Worker communities worldwide that remain committed to non-violence, voluntary poverty, prayer, and hospitality for the homeless...

Zack de la Rocha about Chiapa and Zapata

My cousins boyfriend brought over a DVD of a concert by Rage Against the Machine, so I'm in the mood for posting something by Rage.

The first two minutes are presented by Zack The other three minutes are the live performed version of PEOPLE OF THE SUN - BATTLE OF NEW MEXICO.

Yiddish-Anarchist song "In ale gasn/Hey, hey, daloy politsey!"("Down with the Police")

This would be a Turn of the contrary Jewish version of "Fuck Da Police"!

Defending the Diversity of Tactics

While the anti-Olympics convergence and the militant actions in Vancouver have been celebrated as successes by local anarchist organizers and their comrades around the world, Platformists from Ontario's 'Common Cause' have joined the corporate media, police, and IOC in publicly condemning the black bloc.

This is a part of a panel discussion co-hosted by and working TV, Saturday February 20, 2010 at W2 Media Arts Centre, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Harsha Walia does an AMAZING job in breaking down the accusations leveled at the bloc.

Diversity of Tactics - 3 - Harsha Walia from working TV on Vimeo.

Click here to see the rest of the discussion.

Film: The Weather Underground

The Weather Underground is a 2002 documentary film based on the rise and fall of the American radical organization The Weathermen. The group's goal was to "bring the (Vietnam) War home" through acts of militant tactics.