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Anarchism and the Black Revolution
Lorenzo Komboa Ervin

Anarchism and the Black Revolution
Written by ex-Black Panther turned anarchist Lorenzo Komboa Ervin, Anarchism and the Black Revolution is both an easy-to-read introduction to the fundamental principles of class struggle anarchism and an analysis of their relevance to the black liberation movement. Also contains a good section on why the author is an anarchist and why non-class struggle anarchists are useless. Taken from (...)
African Anarchism : The History of A Movement
"Is there a developed, systematic body of thought on anarchism that is of African origin ? Because anarchism as a way of life is in large measure indigenous in Africa, it seems almost certain that Africans had, at one time or another, formulated creative ideas on this way of organizing society (...)" Foreword This first-of-its-kind book should be of use to everyone with an interest in (...)

Towards a Vibrant & Broad African-Based Anarchism
Review by Ashanti Alston (The New Formulation)

Towards a Vibrant & Broad African-Based Anarchism
I am always on the search for cutting edge, challenging thinking within anarchism and other fields of revolutionary theory : the search for how to get beyond ’stuck.’ As a Black anarchist I have looked for writings specifically related to the problems and challenges that I face, and that my people face here in the United States, and that can help us organize for self-determination and destroy (...)