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Going camping? You couldn’t have picked a better time. Society will collapse any minute now, so you might as well be in the woods already. Prepare yourself for the imminent disaster that is the great outdoors with these battery-powered gadgets and other glamping essentials.
Meanwhile, a state of emergency declared in Macedonia in response to influx of Syrian and Afghan migrants, with riot police policing the border. In Mexico, the police murder of Jorge L. is followed by protests, with sticks and stones being thrown at government buildings.
Cynthia Spencer dropped out of college after a hellish second year, when she was bullied and slut-shamed by her housemates at the feminist collective. Was she the villain or the victim? The thing about trauma is that you’ll never know.
August Cameos Part II Yulan Grant, Inga Hensing, and Anjum Mubarak Asharia talk about their style icons, trends that should’ve caught on, and the future.
Raised in the Mormon “Church of Latter-Day Saints” (LDS) and studying at an LDS-owned university, Brinley Froelich took psychedelics a month before graduating and decided to drop out. Then she went back.
I was raised to believe in the importance of an inquisitive mind and an openness to new ideas. My experience of education sometimes reflected this but more often did not. When I was asked to write PR proposals for solving BP’s oil spill crisis, I knew it was time to drop out.
Learn to share your toiletries; once theirs run out, it’s onto the next ... and other life lessons from being a woman sharing space with a bunch of guys.
Shattered Dreams Joey LaBeija’s debut album is a glorious mix of merciless, melancholic contemplation and energetic peaks that melt you from within.
On August 19, one year after the police murder of Kajieme Powell, St. Louis was once again set ablaze with rage after St. Louis cops murdered 18-year-old Mansur Ball-Bey.
Junglepussy chops kale and egos in music video for “Now or Later” off her forthcoming album Pregnant with Success.
Chelsea Manning found guilty of prison infractions, a North Carolina man charged with shooting a cop is acquitted, and police buy LRADs at record numbers. Find out what else is happening on the anti-prison front this month.
When Kaila Philo lived in Barbados as a kid, she once fell in the gutter and was chased by the family bull on the same day. Sharing that story on first dates taught her a lot about the exotic fantasies of some white men.
On July 18, two thousand people gathered in Columbia, SC to confront a KKK rally at the state capitol. Five anonymous anarchists share their stories from that day.
One of the police’s main activities is harassing and arresting marginalized people in the name of enforcing laws against so-called “quality of life” crimes. This week, the cops showed that they themselves are probably the biggest threat to your quality of life.
“I first saw a picture of Jacob on a website which functions as a service for finding an incarcerated pen pal. The website is outdated but functional, and gives the option of sorting prisoner profiles by religion, astrological sign, and sexual preference.”
From school papers to revolutionary manifestos to marketing copy, most of what we write is BS, so why not let computers do it for us?
August Cameos Part I We talked to Medha G., Ronika McClain, and H Kapp-Klote about their guilty pleasures, multiple intelligences, and what’s hanging in their closet these days.
On the anniversary of the Watts rebellion in Los Angeles in 1965, Conor Tomás Reed gives us a throwback look at the freedom schools that made the undercurrent of the riot possible.
This week, we witnessed the horrific ways that cops get away with shooting kids.
Post-Ferguson Mixtape by ANTAGONISMS features artists who in the past year released songs about police violence and fighting in the streets.