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Anarchist Graphics

Wildcat with black flag Wildcat Sabotage Cat
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Carlos Latuff: The Iraq Cartoons

Latuff archive
Carlos Latuff: The Iraq Cartoons

Latuff

Infoshop.org is pleased to host the entire collection of cartoons on Iraq by cartoonist Carlos Latuff. These cartoons are presented here to allow people to use them in publications, on flyers, or just about anyplace where they can reach a wider audience.

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Antiwar Graphics

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Historical Anarchist Posters

Anarchist Graphics Kiosk homepage

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Anarchist Graphics - Links

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Anarchist and Anti-Authoritarian Artists - Active

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Bell Hooks

A webpage about the feminist writer bell hooks.

 

bell hooks in subway
bell hooks, New York City, 1995
Photograph by Jill Kremenitz ©Fotofolio, Box 661, Canal Sta., NY, NY 10013

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Infoshop Outreach and Promotion

Donate | Promote | Volunteer

Many people find out about Infoshop through online searches and links, but we also rely on an international network of supporters and volunteers who spread the word about Infoshop. We welcome people to promote Infoshop in whatever create ways they can dream up. Infoshop is a project of the greater community, so people are encouraged to spread the word about the website and our other projects.

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AMP - About Us

Alternative Media Project (AMP)

The Alternative Media Project is the umbrella nonprofit for Infoshop.org, Practical Anarchy magazine, and several other publishing, journalism, and information dissemination projects.

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Alternative Media Project

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Anarchy after Leftism

Anarchy after leftism? With the rise of the anti-capitalist movement and the death of authoritarian Left project in the former Soviet Union, anarchists face a future where the traditional Left is no longer a player on the chessboard of politics. With the freedom to articulate our vision and its practice in everyday resistance, anarchists need to figure out what is next.

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