Category Archives: popular culture

“How to Overthrow the Illuminati” Pamphlet

This summer, I collaborated with comrades in New York City to produce a pamphlet criticizing conspiracy theories.  We also set up a website to discuss and distribute the pamphlet.  For some reason, I forgot to link it here on the … Continue reading

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Kshama Sawant and Capitalism’s Shock Absorbers

“While you waitin’ for the mention in the pages of ‘The Stranger’ You can find me in the basement makin’ heaters for later… we’ve been living in conditions we’re tired of Come on and rise up” – Blue Scholars, “North … Continue reading

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Vanilla Twilight / White Noise

As Noel Ignatiev argued, there is a civil war going on in the mind of each working class white man.  That war is between his working class consciousness and his white consciousness.  Both are in a state of crisis right … Continue reading

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Revolution Has Come! New Rap and Video

My friends Rebel Diaz (NYC!) just came out with this new rap and video. Check them out they great music and do amazing work in their community. Take a look at their community center here (http://www.rdacbx.org/).   “Our vision is … Continue reading

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AgitProp Film Festival

UPDATE: Location change… UW Campus, Johnson Hall Room 111 | DIRECTIONS: http://www.css.washington.edu/JHN_D… | MAP: http://www.washington.edu/maps/?l=J… Please come out to this if you can this weekend! Alay ng Kultura (AK) presents a series of films and discussions to celebrate people’s arts and culture. Film Schedule … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Review of The Dark Night Rises

Our comrade Peter Little wrote this review of Batman: The Dark Knight Rises and published it at The Hooded Utilitarian.  He explores the film’s conservative politics as an expression of ruling class anxieties about revolution.  We hope to promote more … Continue reading

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