The Seed Ambassadors “Guide to Seed Saving, Seed Stewardship & Seed Sovereignty”
Free PDF download, including a printable zine version: https://www.seedambassadors.org/seed-saving-guide/
Godddd stop spreading the propaganda that entry-level retail workers are punished for other people's shoplifting. They aren't! I've worked retail for 4 years at 5 different places (Walgreens, Target - at 2 locations, Sam's, and 2 local places) and have never heard of this happening. Shrinkage is considered part of expenses, entry-level employees aren't expected to stop shoplifting (and are more often explicitly told not to), and this is definitely against company policy at any big chain
I'm sure it does happen under the table or at small businesses, but people talk about it like it's guaranteed every time you nick a drink. It's fucking not, and by saying this every single time someone talks about theft you're doing exactly what the capitalists - including the ones who enact this policy - want. They're holding workers hostage and you're giving in to their demands
wouldn't it be amazing if college/university was just like a casual thing? like it's just a place you can go for free whenever you want, don't have to apply or anything, anyone can come in and sit in on a class theyre interested in.
sort of like a library. and there's no tests or anything, it's just for if you want to know more about a subject
fascism, eco-despair, eco-hope
I am trying to cultivate a new friend, and they recently posted that they've been flipping out about eco-doom and the rise of fascism. So we're going to have coffee or tea soon and chat about how to build and maintain hope. I have theories, but I'd love to open the question up here. How are people building and maintaining hope?
Things we can learn from the gilet jaune, antifa, anti-cap
what has prevented the movement [#giletjaune] from succumbing to a fascist drift?
''We believe, however, that widespread vandalism has limited the influence of nationalists more than anything else.''
''Undoubtedly, liberalism and fascism both line up to defend the market, disagreeing only about who should be able to participate in its licit institutions, and at what scale.
Nationalists can only explain their particular attacks on sites and targets in a ethno-nationalist and political way.
What they can’t accept is generalized attacks on private property, a violence that clearly attacks the market:
It is one thing to attack a union hall or government office, it is quite another to destroy entire shopping districts. This is perhaps the most difficult thing to introduce in American movements, where property damage and vandalism are seen as reckless and without strategic sense.''
An Open Letter to the Climate Strikers https://itsgoingdown.org/an-open-letter-to-the-climate-strikers/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter
https://buildyourowninter.net/ - simple, general instructions and a list of active networks
https://communitytechnology.github.io/ - more in-depth info
http://darknetmap.zone42.ca/ - place a pin to get in contact with other interested parties in your area!
https://roelof.info/projects/(2014)Pretty_Fly_For_A_Wifi/Pretty_Fly_For_A_Wi-Fi_booklet.pdf - #DIY upcycled antennae
https://solarflower.blogspot.com/2011/07/chicken-mesh-and-plywood-radiowifi.html - cheap, high-quality dish
BIPOC neighborhoods that have accessible, free, green housing
A mastodon instance for anarchists and libertarian socialists.