Anarchist Black Cross

Black Flag vol 01 #06 (Aug 1969)

An issue of the Bulletin of the Anarchist Black Cross, kindly scanned in by the comrades at Centre international de recherches sur l'anarchisme (CIRA).

The Bulletin would become Black Flag from volume 2.

Black Flag vol 01 #02 (Nov 1968)

An issue of the Bulletin of the Anarchist Black Cross, kindly scanned in by the comrades at Centre international de recherches sur l'anarchisme (CIRA).

The Bulletin would become Black Flag from volume 2.

Arles Prison Statement

Video recorded by 3 anonymous prisoners detained at the Arles prison in southern France, denouncing conditions in the prison system and the role of prisons and sentencing in society and its effects on incarcerated individuals.

Black Flag vol 01 #04 (April 1969)

An issue of the Bulletin of the Anarchist Black Cross, kindly scanned in by the comrades at Sparrows Nest, Nottingham.

The Bulletin would become Black Flag from volume 2.

Black Flag vol 01 #05 (June 1969)

An issue of the Bulletin of the Anarchist Black Cross, kindly scanned in by the comrades at Sparrows Nest, Nottingham.

The Bulletin would become Black Flag from volume 2.

Black Flag vol 01 #08 (June 1970)

An issue of the Bulletin of the Anarchist Black Cross, kindly scanned in by the comrades at Sparrows Nest, Nottingham.

The Bulletin would become Black Flag from volume 2.

Black Flag vol 01 #09 (Sept 1970)

An issue of the Bulletin of the Anarchist Black Cross, kindly scanned in by the comrades at Sparrows Nest, Nottingham.

The Bulletin would become Black Flag from volume 2.

Black Flag vol 02 #01 (Jan 1971)

An issue of Black Flag from 1971, kindly scanned in by the comrades at Sparrows Nest, Nottingham.

Starting an Anarchist Black Cross – A Guide

This handy guide covers tips and suggestions for organizing an Anarchist Black Cross (ABC) chapter, including suggestions on fundraising, days of solidarity, and beyond.

Black Flag vol 05 #05 (1978)

The State was still jumpy in 1978 in the wake of the 1970-72 Angry Brigade bombings, and intense "anti-terror" activity was continuing to cause havoc in anarchist circles. The arrest of Mill and Bennet would turn into the infamous Persons Unknown trial.