Erwin F. Rafael
The Promise of an Anarchist Sociological Imagination
The anarchist sociological imagination looks beyond the state and other types of formal hierarchical organizations that are the usual objects of interest of sociological investigation in its search for viable alternatives to the ways of life offered by Empire.
Dec 31, 2020
Reflections on Fil-Am History Month From an Autonomist Filipinx — Andrea Alakran [en] Jan 12, 2021 4 pp.
Individualist Network, Palang Hitam Indonesia
Seek and Destroy Eco-Extremism Everywhere: A Joint Statement of Individualist Network and Indonesian Anarchist Black Cross
Jan 28, 2021
A Short Critique of the Philippine ND/MLM Vanguard — Anarchipelago Kollective [en] Dec 31, 2020 4 pp.
Sketches of an Archipelagic Poetics of Postcolonial Belonging
The task of an archipelagic poetics in the current context would be to foment new, multivalent, archipelagic forms of identity and community, in ways which refuse and overspill the boundaries and terms of compartmentalised island space. Not only would it seek to spark new forms of sociality and ways of being in the world, but would also attempt to make explicit that which is already implicit.
Dec 30, 2020
Spreading Kapwa-Tulungan — The Commoner interviewing Etniko Bandido Infoshop [en] Jan 12, 2021 14 pp.
Statement from Bandung Anti Fascist Front on May Day 2019 Repression — Front Anti Fasis Bandung [en] Jan 1, 2021 3 pp.
“Sudah Krisis, Saatnya Membakar” A Chronicle of the Anarchist Prisoners in Tangerang [en]
On April 9th, 2020, three of our comrades were arrested and convicted of a heavy crime for spraying several graffiti that say “sudah krisis, saatnya membakar” (there’s a crisis already, time to burn) and “melawan atau mati konyol” (fight or perish). What is actually a voice of rightful citizens is considered a crime of provocation. Their art is a valid criticisms toward the government’s lack of integrity in mitigating the impacts of COVID-19 pandemic and just a petty crime at most.
Jan 1, 2021