Looks like a good organization. They've published several reports on the mistreatment of migrants by law enforcement at the Mexican border.
"No More Deaths is a humanitarian organization based in southern Arizona. We began in 2004 in the form of a coalition of community and faith groups, dedicated to stepping up efforts to stop the deaths of migrants in the desert and to achieving the enactment of a set of Faith-Based Principles for Immigration Reform."
"The Kate Sharpley Library exists to preserve and promote anarchist history. We preserve the output of the anarchist movement, mainly in the form of books, pamphlets, newspaper, leaflets and manuscripts but also badges, recordings, photographs etc."
3 Quarks Daily is one of my favorite link-aggregator logs on all of the internet. It is strange and charming, and, um, top-ish. They post a lot of poetry, but that's usually easy to ignore. On Monday's they post original content.
“What’s Left?” features Lefty's more or less monthly columns written for the punk zine Maximumrocknroll.
I just discovered this weblog. I've read several of the essays. They are written by an ex-anarchist (slash ex-left-communist) who seems to write a lot about how they wish anarchism was better so they could still be an anarchist. It's good stuff!