Atlanta's Burning 4 + "Not Quite There and Back Again"

JANUARY 16, 2013

Atlanta’s Burning 4 + “Not Quite There and Back Again”

The fourth issue of Atlanta’s Burning was released last week! Here is the online version for online viewing/download. Please feel free to circulate!

This issue features write ups on:

  1. Reportback: 11.14 March Against Austerity
  2. Man Murdered on Black Friday (by Wal-Mart Security)
  3. Reportback: 12.1 Edgewood Neighborhood Parade
  4. Reportback: Emory University Building Occupation
  5. From Defense to Offense: New Strategy Against Eviction?
  6. Updates About Ongoing State Repression

Front (11×17)

Back (11×17)

Also, we have formatted a text produced this past December Titled “Not Quite There and Back Again: Some Thoughts on the Formerly Occupied Emory Administration Building”This piece was also formatted as an 11×17 fold-out. We are excited to help produce and circulate revolutionary texts going forward.

Front (11×17, black and white)

Back (11×17, black and white)

Comments

Re: Atlanta's Burning 4 + "Not Quite There and Back Again"

10:20am is NOT Ke$ha

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Re: Atlanta's Burning 4 + "Not Quite There and Back Again"

@blak sabot 

 

I just snotted milk all over my computer


because that picture is funny as (can i curse on here? if so insert f word here) 

Re: Atlanta's Burning 4 + "Not Quite There and Back Again"

9:43

"Liberal" doesnt just refer to socially deviant democrats. It can refer to a particular philosophical outgrowth influences by enlightenment thinkers such as john locke, kant, mill, adams, and of course the founding fathers. Liberals may be humanists who believe in progress, science, secularism and the subject.

when i call someone a liberal, i am not referencing their american party of choice.

Re: Atlanta's Burning 4 + "Not Quite There and Back Again"

I know that 'liberal' is a meaningless term of abuse these days, but let's at least try to use it responsibly. Liberals are the people who hate "objective journalism" more than any other. Liberals are all too quick to point out that all writing is biased, though that is paired with that sickeningly guilty idea that we're all doing something wrong by being biased.


The only people today who might believe in "objective journalism" are neocons.

This is merely one example of how vague ideas lead to bad criticism.

deal with it.

@6:49pm

 

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Re: Atlanta's Burning 4 + "Not Quite There and Back Again"

@6:49


Should the post have said "pro-revolutionary" maybe? Obviously writing isn't revolutionary by itself.


Just kidding, I know you're just some weird liberal authoritarian who believes that in "objective facts" and "nonideological journalism" or something like that. The reason that's not real is because all writing is propaganda - truth is produced through the scope of a pieces' focus and it's vocabulary - and it's only helpful to the existing society to deny that.

I like the pieces posted. They are critical examinations in the existing situation here.

Re: Atlanta's Burning 4 + "Not Quite There and Back Again"

@6:49pm

 

Re: Atlanta's Burning 4 + "Not Quite There and Back Again"

haters gonna hate.

Re: Atlanta's Burning 4 + "Not Quite There and Back Again"

"Revolutionary texts?" Please.

1-sided opinion pieces are more like it...