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 Read the whole text... 13 pp.
Solidarity Statement From the Black and Green Forum & 2nd Solidarity Eco-Camp in the Philippines — Black & Green Forum [en] May 3, 2021 16 pp.
Spreading Kapwa-Tulungan — The Commoner interviewing Etniko Bandido Infoshop [en] Jan 12, 2021 14 pp.
Towards an Anarchism in the Philippine Archipelago
There is a necessity for a liberatory politics in the Archipelago known as the Philippines and as anarchists we think Anarchism has the framework to fill this need. The dominant forms of politics we have now are insufficient for developing a liberatory politics in the archipelago. This liberatory politics becomes a necessity because politics in the Philippines is currently an alienating affair—a politics done to people rather than people doing politics. We are also dominated by domineering structures and institutions like the market, capitalism, and the state. Against these we forward the liberatory politics of anarchism for a world beyond domination.
Dec 30, 2020 Read the whole text... 42 pp.
Towards an Autonomist Leftist Movement in the Philippines — Anarchipelago Kollective [en] Dec 31, 2020 4 pp.
What Changes Should be Done in Order to Address Feminist Issues Within the Anarchist Movement? — Anonymous [en] Jun 25, 2022 4 pp.