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A Conversation with William C. Anderson on The Nation on No Map

On Monday, December 20th at 7pm ET, join us alongside Odyssey Bookshop for a conversation on The Nation on No Map with author William C. Anderson. Register here! A call for Black survival in the face of widespread crisis. The Nation on No Map examines state power, abolition, and ideological tensions within the struggle for Black […]

Black Anarchism & Abolition with William C. Anderson and Robyn Maynard

On Tuesday, December 21st at 4:00pm PT/7:00pm ET, writer and activist William C. Anderson shares his latest work, The Nation On No Map, in a live virtual conversation with feminist writer Robyn Maynard. Register here! The Nation on No Map examines state power, abolition, and ideological tensions within the struggle for Black liberation while centering the […]

Reading & Hearing The Nation on No Map

Posted on November 30th, 2021 in AK Authors!, Recommended Reading

by William C. Anderson Music is a huge part of everything that I do. I spend most of my time listening to music and looking for new music. It informs all of my politics and has been a radicalizing force in my life from my earliest days growing up in the church. Music isn’t a […]

Deeper Than Politics, More Than Ideology

Posted on November 1st, 2021 in AK Authors!

Featuring: An essay by William C. Anderson on ideology, Black anarchism, and his forthcoming book The Nation on No Map: Black Anarchism & Abolition. If there’s one thing I learned from Black anarchism, it’s to transcend. I am not just a Black anarchist because I want to systematize or institutionalize Black anarchism. I’m not wed […]

Anarchism & The Black Revolution With Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin and William C. Anderson

On Saturday, October 23rd at 8am PT/11am ET and join us alongside Lorenzo Kom’boa Ervin will discuss his book and its ongoing significance with William C. Anderson, who wrote the introduction to the new edition. Register here! Anarchism and the Black Revolution first connected Black radical thought to anarchist theory in 1979. Now amidst a rising […]