Recommended Sites

Here’s a few rad sites, writers & projects we recommend checking out and keeping up with!

ABOLISHmke

ABOLISHmke is sharing actions and analysis from a bad place. This group of committed abolitionists are unapologetically going to criticize the actions taken by the state of Wisconsin to keep humans in cages and reinforce the police state.

Check out their site here.

Final Straw Radio

TFSR is a weekly anarchist and anti-authoritarian radio show bringing you voices and ideas from struggle around the world. Since 2010, they’ve been broadcasting from occupied Cherokee land in Southern Appalachia (Asheville, NC). They also frequently feature commentary (serious and humorous) by anarchist prisoner, Sean Swain.

Check out their patreon to support them here.

Firestorm Coop

Firestorm is a queer, feminist collective, featuring books and events that reflect our interests, and the needs of marginalized communities in the South. They strive to promote exploration and encounter by maintaining a welcoming, sober, and anti-oppressive space. Ⓐ Ⓔ Ⓥ

Check their site out here.

Forum for Understanding Prisons

FFUP is a Wisconsin based prisoner support and information/research organization that is working to fundamentally change the practices of the DOC in Wisconsin.

You can support them here.

You can donate to the Prisoner’s Legal Rights and Social Justice Fund here.

You can donate to the De-Stress Project Fund here.

It’s Going Down

IGD is a digital community center for anarchist, anti-fascist, autonomous anti-capitalist and anti-colonial movements. Their mission is to provide a resilient platform to publicize and promote revolutionary theory and action.

You can support them here.

RIOT MKE

Wisconsin’s own counter-information site, focused on turning theory into action in and around cream city! Check ’em out here.

Strangers In A Tangled Wilderness

Strangers In A Tangled Wilderness is a publisher of anarchist culture. Founded in autumn 2003, we produce texts, posters, zines, and books. Since the beginning, we’ve been dedicated to supporting gift economics and free culture, and we make as much of our work freely available as possible.