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(en) US, Pittsburgh anarchists Steel City Revolt! Issue #3 is released

Date Sat, 09 May 2009 17:18:10 +0300

It is with great excitement that we publicly announce the release of the Steel City
Revolt! (SCR) Issue #3, the quarterly print publication of the Pittsburgh Organizing
Group. http://www.organizepittsburgh.org/issue3 Our mission statement and submission
guidelines are available at: www.organizepittsburgh.org/SCR. Subscription information: the
Steel City Revolt! is published four times per year. The magazine is mailed to all members
and supporters of POG. A basic supporter membership/ subscription is $25. More information
and an online subscription form is available at: www.organizepittsburgh.org/join.
Issue #3, 52 Pages. May 2009 - * Some highlights An Update on POG’s Activities Through the
Winter - * A Slice of Pittsburgh Anarchist History: the Union of Russian Workers (UORW)
* Reflections on the History of Save Our Transit: community organizer Stephen Donahue
looks at how the group organized, what they learned, how they were treated by other
activists and politicians, and the conclusions he draws from the experience.
* No Justice, No Peace: Local Anarchists Protest Outside the Home of Pittsburgh
Police Chief Nate Harper
* Radical Folk from the Rustbelt: the Rusty Strings Collective and music as mutual aid.
* And more: updates on labor struggles in the Steel City, Landslide Community Farm
begins its growing season, commentary pieces on how anarchists approach issues of power, a
reflection on the Steelers riots, and an extensive look at anarchism in Pittsburgh during
the 1995-2001 period.

Full Table of Contents:
* From the Editors
* Mission Statement
* Upcoming Events
* POG Update
* No Justice, No Peace: Report on Anti-Police Action
* RNC Update
* G20 Resistance Worldwide and at Home
* The Landslide Farm Report
* Worker Struggles In the Steel City and Beyond
* Reflections on Save Our Transit
* A Slice of Pittsburgh Anarchist History: The Union of Russian Workers
* Get to Know an Anarchist!: Kroptkin
* Anarchism in Pittsburgh: A look at 1995 - 2001
* Anarchism Around the World
* A Broad Look at the Last 20 Years of Anarchism in Pittsburgh
* Anarchist History of May Day
* Questions of a Reading Worker (translated poem)
* Radical Folk from the Rustbelt
* Anarchists Against the Wall: fighting against Israeli apartheid
* A No-State Solution
* In Memoriam: Anastasia Baburova
* All Power to the...Stillers?
* Power Is!: Anarchism and Power, or Why You Should Do Things
* “On The Verge”: A Tale of a True Anti-War Breakthrough, the Smash EDO campaign and
film review
* In Memoriam: Abel Paz
* Free Association and the Northeast Anarchist Network
* POG Supporter Form
* This Date in Radical History...
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