This issue includes interviews with Modesto Solidarity Network, Modesto Needle Exchange (on their recent case ending), analysis on recent battles against austerity at Modesto Junior College, updates on struggles against police brutality, an expose on local government and non-profit corruption, a look at gentrification and ongoing attacks on the homeless, and much more. Like every issue, this is packed with reports on direct action, repression, and prisoner letters.
Modesto Anarcho produces a magazine and is based out of the Central Valley town of Modesto, California. Modesto Anarcho exists to create revolutionary literature from a combative working-class perspective. We engage and participate in struggles in our area. Modesto Anarcho is free to all and can be picked up around the Modesto area. We also operate a social center and event space in downtown Modesto, Firehouse 51.