(eng) Financial Appeal For Black Autonomy

Arm The Spirit (ats@etext.org)
Wed, 27 Mar 1996 13:20:54 +0100


I recived the following message from ats-list, i think it could be
important, but there's a problem the e-mail address of Black Autonomy
doesn't work.

Arcangelo

PS. this is my first english message to the list, i hope it isn't too bad.

ciao
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Financial Appeal For Black Autonomy

Comrades,

The appeal is for funds to continue to publish Black Autonomy, A Newspaper
of Anarchism and Black Revolution.

For those not familiar with the paper, we cover stories relevant to African
American workers from a revolutionary, anti-authoritarian perspective.
We are also grassroots activists in the traditions of the Student Nonviolent
Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and the Black Panther Party (BPP). We are both
journalists and activists. We are affilated with Black-american anarchist
and former political prisoner Lorenzo Komboa Ervin who is currently on
a speaking tour of Europe.

We are seeking new subscribers ($10/US for 6 issues, $100/US for life)
and regular sustainers (people who donate funds or equipment on a regular
or semi-regular basis). We figure that if the liberals and fascists do it,
why not us.

For those of you who are interested and able to assist us, feel free to
email me at: bd982@scn.org or write to: Black Autonomy 323 Broadway Ave E #914
Seattle, WA 98102 USA. Thank You for your time.

Greg Jackson

++++ stop the execution of Mumia Abu-Jamal ++++
++++ if you agree copy these lines to your sig ++++
++++ see http://www.xs4all.nl/~tank/spg-l/sigaction.htm ++++

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Arm The Spirit is an autonomist/anti-imperialist collective based
in Toronto, Canada. Our focus includes a wide variety of
material, including political prisoners, national liberation
struggles, armed communist resistance, anti-fascism, the fight
against patriarchy, and more. We regularly publish our writings,
research, and translation materials in our magazine and bulletins
called Arm The Spirit. For more information, contact:

Arm The Spirit
P.O. Box 6326, Stn. A
Toronto, Ontario
M5W 1P7 Canada

E-mail: ats@etext.org
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