Outside the Circle

Cindy Milstein

#Gentrification: Some Montreal Moments

#Gentrification: when the Greek-immigrant barber you used to go to whenever you were visiting/living in Montreal, and who said he’d been cutting hair in the same spot for 50 years … Continue reading

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Solecast w/Cindy Milstein on Rebellious Mourning

I feel like I’ve been neglecting my blog for many months, not for lack of desire to get it up and running again. But between anarchist organizing at home, doing … Continue reading

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Stay Woke, Stay Kind

To all who carry the weight of this world on their shoulders as a constant companion. To all who can’t not see hierarchy and domination everywhere in this social order. … Continue reading

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How Can “We” Anarchists in the United States Live Up to the Fight at Hand?

During the early part of the 10-day Mediterranean anarchist “Three Bridges” gathering in Athens (October 9 to 18), a comrade from a revolutionary anarchist group in Turkey sat next to … Continue reading

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Feminism as Pillar of Freedom

Quick shout-out to women (broadly/queerly defined) around the globe, typically struggling so much harder to survive the many assaults on their bodies, minds, and lives. But when push comes to … Continue reading

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Finding Our Way

My friend Jose Cruz shared this stencil of his recently, noting that “bigger than hate is our natural love 4 each other.” He then paired this pair of kids with … Continue reading

February 13, 2018 · Leave a comment

J20: Keep Loving, Keep Fighting

This time last year, tens of thousands (or more) put their hearts, minds, and bodies into resisting the inauguration of an increasingly fascistic regime — itself embedded in the genocidal … Continue reading

January 22, 2018 · Leave a comment

Light at the Darkest of Times

We humans are pretty simple creatures. Although we may make up all sorts of complicated stories, myths, and holidays as intellectual justification, our need for illumination — whether in the … Continue reading

December 19, 2017 · Leave a comment

No Justice, Just Us

In this increasingly shattered world that isn’t ours, that isn’t even close to the caring and connective forms of social relations and social organization we aspire to—much as we valiantly … Continue reading

October 15, 2017 · Leave a comment