The first issue of Radicle contains anarchist writing on justice, faith and class. Hard copies are currently available from Blackstar Books in Dunedin and the Freedom Shop in Wellington. Or download the text here.
From the introduction: This first issue looks at different ways of keeping our activism sustainable. Kim’s essay on justice is an attempt to imagine how we as anarchists can create a just community that does not tolerate, ignore, apologise for or condone abuse. Where do we look for anarchist solutions to safety and abuse, and what are the problems that need to be faced? Pip writes about the importance of faith in staying strong enough to keep fighting, while holding onto sanity and humanity. Hana challenges us to practice real solidarity across class. This means understanding how class works both economically and socially, and looking at our own power and privilege.