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(en) An oral history of anarcopunk in São Paulo - part 3 by Eduardo Ribeiro (By ANA) (pt) [machine translation]

Date Fri, 3 Aug 2018 07:39:21 +0300


Effectively begins the conviviality in communes, the bands, publications, the first compilations and punk expands beyond the music. ---- After naming their flags, the anarchopunks were troubled by the lack of a practice of direct action in traditional anarchist and union circles. It was there that they expanded the actions and the discourse for the defense of specific causes. Feminism, environmentalism, gender diversity, indigenous rights ... There were many fronts. ---- The first meetings of the MAP (Anarco-Punk Movement) rolled in the Station of Light. By 7 pm punks began to arrive, grouping themselves on the banks or on the stairs with closed access. The meetings included the exchange and distribution of libertarian materials - fanzines, books, magazines, pamphlets, newspapers - and the presentation of correspondence that arrived in the mailbox of the movement. The encounters took place there because the punks had no thirst and lived near the railway stations. Punks got together, talked about politics, sound, made jokes, drank gorob and shared food.

These meetings initiated the demonstrations and the cycles of actions in which the collectives and communes were created. These activities included panflettes in the center of the city, visits to press organs to deliver "open letters" or protest, invasion of "system" or bourgeois events. Above all, it was believed that this was the true identity of punk.

In the third part of this oral history of the anarchopunk in São Paulo, the testimonies reveal the first concerns of the collectives. At that time, anarchic conviviality is sought for the first time in commune experiences: the bands begin to mature, the crew can press the first vinyls in the form of collections and split EPs, take off places to play, and zines and publications are still proliferating anarcopunks, punkapoeira groups, theater, poetry, crafts and everything. With the word, those who were there.
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