asere_que_vola

asere_que_vola wrote

Anarchy Planet IRC server information here via The Anarchist Library link:

https://theanarchistlibrary.org/special/webchat

Glad you found the IRC server. You have to stick around for a reply though. IRC is slow. The Anarchy Planet IRC has been around in various incantations since 2005 or so. The most popular channels are #anarchyplanet which is a general chat room and #library which is The Anarchist Library project channel. I saw on fediverse that It’s Going Down is/was considering hosting an IRC server, which I think would be cool to see and help people get off Discord.

Riseup has a channel on IRC server : irc.indymedia.org port for SSL connection : 6697 channel : #riseup web interface : https://chat.indymedia.org

Also, this list of radical servers on Riseup.net is a good place to start looking for anarchist IRC servers.

https://riseup.net/en/security/resources/radical-servers

For example, I believe autistici.org hosts an IRC, but not 100% without looking. There is also https://libera.chat/ IRC which a few anarchist chats can be found on.

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asere_que_vola wrote

Absolutely one of my all time favorite reads. Cannot recommend enough!

"The Strait by Fredy Perlman is a two-volume manuscript remembrance of the world changers. It is the songs and stories of colonization and resistance in what has come to be known as the Great Lakes region of North America as witnessed through the eyes of not only its humans, but the animals, trees, and everything living. There are two volumes of the book, with volume one being the story of how things came to be, and volume two being the resistance. Sadly, only volume one of the book was completed (a works in progress) when Fredy Perlman passed away in 1985." - from a review of the book, found here: https://stalkingtheearth.net/content/keepers-fire

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