so, the first edition was, in blacklist eyes, a huge success. strong supportive feedback and many requests for collaboration and expansion of the blacklist was surprising, but has given way to new potentials and horizons for the publication and, hopefully therefore, the current london network.
the first of these potentials to be realised is a hardcopy of the blacklist - a risograph a4 version will be printed and placed in any participating venues, (please request one if you would like it in yours). Also, photocopies will be available at all networked eviction resistances through the newly-formed EVICTIONRESISTANCE@SQUAT.NET // 07591415860 - get in touch for more information // request help resisting an eviction; a site is in the making so far. the presence and diversity at eviction resistances have really expanded since this started - well done to those involved.
obituary goes out to colorama, who provided london with a huge amount of radical vibes and a great place to house them all. Summer energy is emerging, with many activists returning from their term-time shackles and getting ready for a holidarity. sweet. be on the lookout for summer squats and overtime outdoors. did someone say a bike crew?
As always submissions, feedback or suggestions would be welcome,
you are reading the first blacklist london. Its objective is simple and stems from the
successful and effective de blacklist amsterdam // stressfaktor berlin : - to draw together
as many of the political, academic and social activity of London’s (sometimes, often or by
definition) radical hubs into a single document to use at your disposal, . You can print it
as an A5 Booklet from this pdf (if the Blacklist obtains the means to print and distribute
itself it will) or keep it open in your tabs to refer back to as the month progresses.
Hopefully it will, over time, become less of a newly-formed informative aquaintance and
more of a close, essential and informative comrade.
Struggles can be strengthened when they form part of a network. There is a need for the
radical nexus of London to organise, unify and solidify its actions to help express itself
coherently, further than single-squat text-trees and activist-mouth-to-activist-mouth.
Though limited to the email addresses it can contact and those who view it on wordpress,
hopefully the Blacklist will be forwarded and spread outside of intimate, pre-established
circles to build on attendance to and affinity with its contents.
Submissions, feedback or suggestions would be welcome,
sent to blacklist circles and those who request it - subscribe : email@example.com
it is also hosted on ****
If you have and of your own actions or events to include in the blacklist,
post them : radar.squat.net // email : firstname.lastname@example.org // before : 23rd / month