ONWARD vol. 3 iss. 2 OUT NOW!
The Fall issue of ONWARD is out now! This issue features a Sept.
11 anniversary statement by the Revolutionary Association of the
Women of Afghanistan, information on the Plan Pueblo Panama and
on the US PATRIOT Act, and news from around the world! We devote
much space to anarchist and other radical organizations, highlight
two new anti-authoritarian (con)federations in North America and
several existing groups: an important analysis of the Challenging
White Supremacy workshop in San Francisco; a special look at Argentina's
popular rebellion, and a look at the problems and prospects of broad-based
movement building in Ontario.
There is also a special prison focus this issue, with an analysis
of the Anarchist Black Cross Network conference, a history of the
Anarchist Black Cross, and an article from a prisoner on prison
The centerfold, Organizing for a Classless Society, features a
special interview with activist and author Max Elbuam on lessons
from the 1970s New Communist Movement. (The full text of this interview
is available from our website.) The centerfold also features two
other strategic articles on anti-capitalist analysis and organizing.
As always, the opinion and theory sections feature the latest in
anarchist strategy and thinking. In addition to the article below
by ONWARD co-editor Rob Augman, Fighting to Win: Sufficient Strategies
for Moving Forward, this issue features articles on anti-racist
organizing, the need for having a sense of humor in our work and
lives, and on crossing and destroying literal and metaphoric borders.
The letters section includes lively debate on important movement
topics from primitivism to fascism to democratic socialism.
Many articles can be viewed from our website, www.onwardnewspaper.org.
order, send $2 for a single issue or $7-10 for a subscription ($10-13
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There are also important changes taking place in the paper. After
the Winter 2002-2003 issue, the paper will be leaving Florida and
changing editorial hands. For more information, contact us or check
out the next issue!
In Solidarity and Struggle,