Tag Archives: 60’s

Richard Aoki: Snitch Jacketing 2.0? A brief note on the allegations

By SKS So we wake up on Monday, August 20 2012, to find out Richard Aoki is alleged to have been a long time informant of the FBI. A serious allegation, needless to say. Aoki’s military training, access to weapons, … Continue reading

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Guerilla War in the United States, 1965-1970

X Mar. 12, 1968, New York, N.Y. The General Telephone building was bombed. The explosion caused heavy damage. X Mar. 31, 1968 New York, N.Y. The Induction Center was “shaken” by a dynamite blast. X Apr. 1, 1968 New York, … Continue reading

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Who is the Enemy?

[Originally published in No More Fun and Games: A Journal of Female Liberation. Cambridge, Mass.: Cell 16. vol. 1, no. 2 (Feb 1969)] In the past few years a cynicism has set in among our radical thinkers which has set … Continue reading

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Ex-leader of brutal Japan far-left group dies: reports

TOKYO — The ex-leader of an armed Japanese leftist group from the 1970s has died while on death row, having been in jail since her 1972 arrest over the savage killings of 14 fellow radicals, according to reports. Hiroko Nagata, … Continue reading

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Interview with Safiya Bukhari

(Interview conducted in New York City, September 27, 1992 and distributed by Arm the Spirit via e-mail for International Women’s Day 1995.) Q: The first question I have is, how did you get involved with the Black Panther Party (BPP)? … Continue reading

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