Volume 13, number 1 of the in-house journal for the Institute for Anarchist Studies. This issue focuses on Movement Building. The following articles are included:
- “The Panthers, the Black Liberation Army, and the Struggle to Free All Political Prisoners and Prisoners of War,” by Ashanti Omowali Alston
- “Where’s My Movement? Contemporary Anarchist Mothers and Community Support,” by Victoria Law
- “Movement, Cadre, and Dual Power,” by Joel Olson
- “Why Must We Be Small? Reflections on Political Development and Cultural Work in Brazil’s Landless Movement,” by Tamara Lynne
- Interview with Afro-Colombian Anarchist David López Rodríguez by Lisa Manzanilla and Brandon King
- Interview with Chris Borte: Creating Democracy by Lara Messersmith-Glavin
- Practical Anarchy, NYC: A Progress Report
- Geoff Bylinkin reviewing: Uses of a Whirlwind and Black Bloc, White Riot
- Amelia Cates reviewing: Anarchism and Its Aspirations and Oppose and Propose!
Illustrated by Justseeds, with really cool spot color printing on many of the illustrations. This issue has covers and insides designed by Josh MacPhee and was printed by Eberhardt Press.