Auteur: Notes from Nowhere
Titel: We Are Everywhere
Sub titel: The Irresistible Rise of Global Anti-Capitalism
In 1994, indigenous Zapatista rebels emerged from the rainforest shouting 'Ya Basta' in defiance of the birth of NAFTA. This band of women and men rekindled a readical resistance movement that was to inspire a whole new generation. From urban street reclaimers in London and land squatters in Brazil, to Indian farmers protesting GM crops nd the Italian White Overall Movement, spontaneous uprisings found a shared enemy - global capital. As events swept from Chiapas to Seattle, Genoa to Bangalore, and summits have been wreathed in tear gas, the new movement has matured into a massive political force - flexible, strategic, and able to resist and adapt to increasingly brutal responses by various states. The editors of the celebratory publishing project have been on the frontline of the movement, working as activists and writers, story chasers and documentarians. A mixture of critical analysis and art book, agitprop, inspirational document, and DIY Manual, We Are Everywhere combines innovative graphic design and photographs wtih texts and interviews with activists, creating a lively, polyphonic insight into the ideas and activities of the movement against capitalism.
2003, 521 pag., Euro 18,2
Verso, London, ISBN 1859844472
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