Anything But White

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Fifth Estate # 363, Winter, 2003/2004

Share this on… This essay grew like Tennessee weeds out of the animated discussions the Fifth Estate collective members have been having about the topics related to our issue’s theme. Part memoir, part meditation, part rant—the following concerns itself primarily

Fifth Estate Tennessee headquarters closes

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Fifth Estate # 381, Summer-Fall 2009

Share this on… The Barn, located on the 120-acres of the Pumpkin Hollow Community near Liberty, Tennessee, housed the Fifth Estate office and archive, radical book and zine library, bookstore and distro. It opened with a huge party and radical

Firebrand Infoshop Interview

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Fifth Estate # 381, Summer-Fall 2009

Share this on… While the idea for Nashville’s Firebrand Community Center and Infoshop was born in 2003, the collective finally found its current home in 2008 as part of the shared Little Hamilton Collective space on Little Hamilton Road near

Ron Sakolsky’s Swift Winds

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Fifth Estate # 381, Summer-Fall 2009

Share this on… A review of: Swift Winds, Ron Sakolsky, artwork by Anais LaRue, Eberhardt Press, 2009, 128 pp., $8 Share this on…

Forever the Day Before

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Fifth Estate # 382, Spring, 2010

Share this on… Ursula Le Guin was already 45 when her well-known anarchist text The Dispossessed was published in 1974. Today, she’s almost a decade older than the unlikely shero of Laia Odo, the feisty matron who wrote the core

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