Monday, December 21, 2009

New Movements In Latin America

About a year ago I wrote about the growing anarchist movement in Latin America. Since that time new developments have occurred and I have also become aware of other groups. There is a definite tendency for individual organizations to amalgamate in new, larger federations. All the organizations listed are serious – into involvement with popular movements and the working population. While the tendencies might differ all are into an organized and programmatic approach.

Argentina

http://www.redlibertaria.com.ar/

http://www.osl.org.ar/

http://www.libertario.org.ar/home.html

Bolivia

http://www.oars.tk/

Brazil

http://www.farj.org/

http://www.vermelhoenegro.co.cc/

Chile

http://voznegra.entodaspartes.net/

http://feluchile.blogspot.com/

Colombia

http://www.redlibertariapmk.org/

Ecuador

http://www.hijosdelpuebloec.blogspot.com/

Mexico

http://colectivoautonomomagonista.blogspot.com/

http://www.nodo50.org/cipo/

http://vocal.lahaine.org/

http://opar.ideosferas.org/

http://congresolibertario.blogspot.com/

Peru

http://uslperu.blogspot.com/

Uruguay

http://www.nodo50.org/fau/


Syndicalists


http://resistenciaclasista.wordpress.com/


http://prensafob.blogspot.com/


http://www.labatalladelostrabajadores.blogspot.com/


3 Comments:

Blogger mollymew said...

Good show Larry,
I'll be going through the list to see if there are any that I have missed on the Links/Enlaces section of Molly's Blog.
PS
Congrats on your latest article in Anarkismo which seems to now be here, there and everywhere on the "anarchonet". Mostly good responses as well.

10:54 PM  
Anonymous mescalero said...

Hi,

In Brazil there is a new federation, the FASP - Federação Anarquista de São Paulo that was born in November 2009.

6:23 AM  
Blogger Larry Gambone said...

Thank you for the information Mescalero. I will add FASP to the list.

One other thing, I should check these web sites more carefully. I just read the statement put out by the Bolivian group OARS and it is one of the most sectarian and off the wall things I have read in a long time. Makes Venezuela's El Libertario look like Chavez-symps by comparison! They are obviously not "serious [and] into involvement with popular movements..." in the least. My apologies for inadvertently misinforming my readers.

11:49 AM  

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