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“Watchdog or Lapdog?” (1991 Revisited)

[ed. After talking to a veteran comrade about our most recent posts (on Sheriff Baca, Fullerton and the LAPD), he dug through his archives and produced the following long-form article about police accountability, originally published in 1991 in “Minority Trendsletter,” a … Continue reading

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Via Chicago

(ed. The following post presents an anarchist comrade’s perspective on the current challenges facing the movement in Chicago. OLAASM has added a few hyperlinks to the text to [hopefully] help contextualize some of the subjects the comrade addresses. Otherwise, all of … Continue reading

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Sex Work & Social Change: Confront Your Prejudice Because We Aren’t Leaving

(ed. Originally published October 23, 2013 – here!) Submitted by members of SWOP-LA and also featured in the October-December, 2013 (Vol. 26, No. 4 in .pdf) print edition of Turning The Tide. Back in 1997, a group of radical activist sex … Continue reading

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