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Dirty Dove Infoshop
• "...lending library | free box | sewing machines | workshops | language exchanges | discussions | skillshares | local zines | lounge space | computers | printers | internet..."

International Libertarian Socialist Alliance (ILSA)
• "Libertarian socialism is an umbrella term which encompasses several different socialist tendencies, which although may disagree on certain tactical 'means', do not disagree on 'ends'."

B Channel News (Canada)
• "...a not-for-profit news media collective focused on local events and issues in and around Victoria BC. B Channel News is a collaborative project between writers, editors, videographers, photographers and artists."

TAHRIR International Collective Network
• "...similar objectives: the fight for a free and self-governed society based on tolerance, equality and openness, the society in which the social side is placed above the mercantile. It is those common goals which make a fear for the ruling and that is why they generate artificially the conflict of civilizations."

Blasts from the Past


• "The Angry Nerds collective is an informal collective of anarchist technical people. We are a fairly open collective but demand that the people involved actually help out and are consistent...."


• "An alternative to Edinburgh's commercial gay scene - We are a DIY, non-hierarchical Collective."


• "...for the creation of radical, accurate and passionate telling of truth. It aspires to erode the divisions between the reporter and the reported, enabling people in our communities to speak for themselves: sharing their stories, the issues that affect their lives and their action for change..."


• "Bound Together is an all-volunteer run bookstore dedicated to promoting anarchist ideas and making available anarchist and other literature seldom found in most traditional bookstores."


• "...to provide radical media and literature to our local community. We also offer use of the space to progressive political community groups for meetings and/or events."

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