Category Archives: Indigenous Anarchism

Tribal Nations without States

Indigenous Anarchism. Among the Indians there have been no written laws. Customs handed down from generation to generation have been the only laws to guide them. Every one might act different from what was considered right did he choose to … Continue reading

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Free Lingít Aaní!

Today is Free Nations Day. Free Nations Day is an opportunity to reclaim the idea that nations are voluntary groupings of free individuals, not externally imposed political borders or states. Both geographic localities and identities that transcend space are legitimate … Continue reading

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Alternative Sovereignties Conference

I am presenting at the Alternative Sovereignties Conference at the University of Oregon in Eugene. Friday, May 9 – Erb Memorial Union 8:30 AM-10:00 AM Contesting Absence, Creating Presence – Maple Room Linda Fuller, “Indigenous Resistances: Modes, Visions, and Accomplishments” … Continue reading

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For the inspiration of revolutionary feelings

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ATS Roundtable: Gangs and the Lumpenproletarian Class Base of Anti-System Struggle

I participated in a round table discussion at Attack the System on gangs. I view them as proto-tribes; decentralized networks of autonomous clicks and sets that share a common culture and history within a wider gang “nation” such as the … Continue reading

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Our people were always armed Part II

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Tribes on This American Life; why are we disenrolling members?

This American Life: Tribes A Native American tribe is doing exactly the opposite of what you’d think they’d do: they’re kicking people out of the tribe, huge numbers of them, including people whose ancestors without question were part of the … Continue reading

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