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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

• "...promote collectively working together to ensure everyone's individual autonomy and expression, using every means possible to do so including real world actions and projects, community and network building, language, aesthetics, art, music, ideas, appropriate technologies, and more..."

• "...a decentralized alliance of radical individualists, left libertarians, agorists, market anarchists, mutualists, voluntary socialists, and others on the libertarian left."

• "...wird organisiert von einer Gruppe von Medien-, Sozial- und GewerkschaftsaktivistInnen aus dem Ruhrgebiet, dem Rheinland und dem Niederrhein."

• "Founded in Chicago in 1905, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) is open to all workers. Don't let the 'industrial' part fool you. Our members include the unemployed, teachers, social workers, retail workers, construction workers, bartenders, students, and computer programmers...."

• "NO BORDERS is a mobile, anarchist library in Louisville, KY. Our aim is to spread radical ideas through the lending of texts and distribution of free literature/zines. We plan to travel throughout various neighborhoods, in rotation...."

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