Originally posted on travelerreport:
Gaduliya Lohar woman. Rajasthan, India. As usual, they are seated in front of their “gadi”, the chariot they use to travel as well as their house. While the man is making a pick by hammering on his anvil, his wife is rotating the bellows.  Timelessly, they repeat these gestures for hours…

Anarchism & Nonviolence: Exploring Common Ground

Anarchism is perhaps the most misunderstood of all political philosophies. This may be due to a variety of factors including anarchists’ own reluctance to create blueprints or rigid definitions, as well as the mainstream culture’s caricature of the “violent anarchist” that has led to numerous examples of repression and demonization. Far from being a theory … Continue reading