There are two books here. Yes, with the same name and pretty much about the same thing. Each worth going through- do so with caution. Caution caution caution. Sounds like
We Are Everywhere – The Irresistable Rise of Global Anticapitalism
Very 2000’s-sy, which is to say that thanks to the flashy editing and clean, uncluttered type, this book very nearly sucks and is almost unreadable because it looks so fucking boring, but there is some very good writing in there (check out the article by Kate Evans on page 290 and the one immediately after it by Medha Patkar and other stuff I haven’t had time to go through)
We Are Everywhere – Jerry Rubin
My kind of book, all stitched up and with pictures of kids posing with guns, using guns, getting shot by guns; though no idea what it’s about. Some stuff on Black Panthers, lots of naked hippies, writing like
“Can we take your handcuffs off, Jerry?” asked the sergeant.
“Will you behave?”
They got the message and stood back. “Cutting our hair is like taking off your black skin!” I barked to one sergeant.
“Jerry, I wish you could,” he answered. “You don’t know how much trouble my black skin has given me”
What contempt the black bourgeoisie hold for us white hairy niggers! They have fought so hard to become an equal in the white man’s society and we are trying to give up out white skin to become a nigger.
We don’t appreciate what they want so much.
The barber made good on his whispered promise and left much of the hair on my head.
Sheared, humiliated, beaten-yet still proud of ourselves for resisting…