Category Archives: Anarchist Archiving Project

For posts featuring old posters, publications, or other materials being saved as part of the archiving of autonomous organizing history

Zine–The End Of Your Life: On Anarchy and Why You Should Do It

Submission from the Autonomous Student Network–College Station. Originally published on the College Station Autonomous Collective wordpress.

Below, we’ve published a zine submission from a crew using the name ASN College Station. They are not formally affiliated with ASN Austin, but we are happy to see others take up the name to use for their publications, crews, and actions. We expect to see a lot more cool stuff coming out of College Station soon. If you’re in College Station, you should also check out the newly emerging College Station Autonomous Collective. Take a peek at their wordpress and their twitter, and keep an eye out for a meeting near you! Until then, enjoy this piece!

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The Call–Issue Archive

Autonomous Student Media: Gestures Towards the Ungovernable

To help make our publications more accessible, we are archiving previous publications of The Call, the zine published by the Autonomous Student Media collective. Originally published on May Day 2017, The Call has been a perennial feature of our organizing efforts. You can often find editions in stock at Monkeywrench Books, an anarchist bookstore & social space on North Loop (if you like their project, consider volunteering). 

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Anti-Politics Radio — Spring 2017

Recordings of the Anti-Politics radio show, an anarchist talk show hosted by members of the Autonomous Student Network. Premiering on UT’s KVRX station on January 23rd, 2017, Anti-Politics Radio aired weekly, reporting back on recent events, analyzing local and global political issues, and having a good time while doing it. These represent a small sampling of the episodes and content covered in the show.