Health is the practice of freedom from illness or injury.
Common Sense Gardening
An introductory guide to health care on the ground at political demonstrations: what to bring, what to do, and what not to do
Addiction culture and strategies for sobriety
Tools to master when considering direct actions. This guide covers affinity groups, personal and group health, police and jail questions, first aid, and preparation.
A sustainable an productive way to grow healthy food.
Volume 1: 'Weeds' and Common Plants
A guide to living off nature's bounty in urban, rural, and wilderness areas.
Essays and Polemics of Feral Faun
Strategies for Self-Defense for Women and Girls
A guide to local groups, online resources, zines, books and films on trauma, survivor support, communication, mental health, community accountability, anti-sexism, addiction, and conflict mediation.
Medicinal Plants for Mental Health Support
Some tips and suggestions to help ensure personal and collective well-being in the face of police violence (and other aversities)
In healthcare, subsidies to the most costly and high-tech forms of medicine crowd out cheaper and decentralized alternatives, so that cheaper forms of treatment--even when perfectly adequate from the consumer's standpoint--become less and less available. There are powerful institutional pressures for ever more radical monopoly. At the commanding heights of the centralized state and centralized corporate economy--so interlocked as to be barely distinguishable--problems are analyzed and solutions prescribed from the perspective of those who benefit from radical monopoly.
A Woman's DIY Guie
An open letter to GIs in Iraq.
Perspectives on polyamory and other forms of non-monogamous relatinoships
Why We Not Just Want It But Need It. The freedom to modify one's body is essential not just to transhumanism, but also to any liberatory society. Without understanding and a say in our own bodies, we are prisoners in them. Consistent radicals reject arbitrary lines between 'enhancement' and 'treatment': there is no objectively ideal body or single direction of progress, rather what matters most is choice and possibilities.
Notes on responding to crisis situations
We are not exempt from being the oppressors--oppression is ingrained in our development. It is, however, scary to see in yourself that which you hate in society. Know what sexual assault is! Realize the effects your actions have on people.
Community Response to Substance Use
A DIY guie to uncivilized oral hygiene
Authors: Rowan Gangulfr
Publisher: Yggdrasil Distro
A guie to managing personal finances
A reproductive autonomy zine
anarchism, feminism, health
Authors: Ambika Kohili, Ashley P, Denisse Temin, Faith Ruben, Ghislaine Sathoud, Jessi MacEachern, Megan Wholberg, Melanie Bray, Olivia Dunbar, Patrick Powers, Peggy Cooke, Rika Moorhouse
Editors: Telyn Kusalik
Biocentrism and Deep Ecology
Reflections on Self Care
This zine is about setting goals for what you’d like to accomplish and what healing could look like in your life or in your community. Here are some things we’ve learned from our experiences supporting survivors, communities, and each other in dealing with sexual assault.
A Wimmin's Guide to Alternative Health Care
Radical health reform from the bottom up. The healthcare system, upon which people in Ireland depend, is an apartheid system. Simply put, some lives are worth more than others. Rare attempts at reform have been stymied by historic, chronic underspending and vested interests. This legacy has forced the vast majority of working people to take out private health insurance and has laid the foundations for a neo-liberal push towards an American-style system of private, for-pro t medicine.
Sobriety and Anarchist Struggle
A global journey of whole body wellness, art, and creativity
A reader compiled for the DIY skillshare on guerilla gardening
The real cost of modern conveniences