Euro anarchism is a dead end, Zapatistas and people in various Lakou communities in Ayiti done more to challenge capitalism and bring about community-level autonomy than larpers who like Little Black Cart. The CNT-FAI barely done shit compared to the Seminole and Mapuche fighters as well the various maroon communities across Turtle Island, Abya Yala, and the so-called "Carribean". You should read what the anarchist Ricardo Flores Magon said about the anarchic practices of various Indigenous peoples across "Mexico", who had been doing this despite the push by colonialism to practice capitalist individualism. The variety of communism in question discussed by Magon is an anarchic type, not the vanguardist state capitalist version pushed by tankies. As he said about some of these communities: "they didn’t need 'leaders,' nor 'friends of the working class,' nor 'paternal decrees,' nor 'wise laws' — they didn’t need any of this."
None of the resistance efforts I listed were perfect, but they done much more to bring about collective autonomy in the face of this racial capitalist world than what most white anarchist struggles had achieved. These efforts have insights worth studying. Its also worth noting that some of these Indigenous and maroon communities were more anarchic than others, though the resistance efforts of the less anarchic ones are still worthy of analysis even just to critically examine the hardship hierarchy brings.
Euro-Anarchist dogma is not inherently revolutionary. It has a long history of anti-Blackness, anti-Indigeneity, and a softness toward white supremacy compared to the practices of maroon fighters and Indigenous people who struggle against settler colonialism. Its also not the "good" ideas that are revolutionary or radical on their own, its how their incorporated into practice.