Roy San Filippo

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Roy San Filippo

Template:TOCnestleft Roy San Filippo is Editor at the International Longshore and Warehouse Union, San Francisco Bay Area.


Senders Communications Group, Inc


New School for Social Research

Love and Rage

According to Love and rage member Suzy Subways, Love and Rage Revolutionary Anarchist Federation helped build strong, radical groups like Anti-Racist Action and Student Liberation Action Movement, movements for queer liberation, reproductive freedom and more. Yet when activists disrupted the WTO in Seattle, LnR had been dead for a year and a half, leaving our mistakes to be repeated, our lessons forgotten. That's what spurred my comrade Roy San Filippo to put together a book of LnR's writings, A New World in Our Hearts (AK Press, 2003). Although 19 of the 20 pieces are by men-meaning vital insights from women are missing-the book revives valuable debates cut short by LnR's split in 1998.[1]

In 1993 Roy San Filippo, joined and was in the paper’s production group for three years and served on Love and Rage’s coordinating committee for a term.[2]

"Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair"

San Francisco, March 29, 2004? 8th Annual SF/Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair San Francisco County Fair Bldg.


  • Rita D. Brown, prison activist, served eight years in federal prison after being convicted for a politically motivated bank robbery in 1978 as part the George Jackson Brigade, co-founded Out of Control: Lesbian Committee to Support Women Political Prisoners, helped organize the Norma Jean Croy Support Committee, which gained freedom for Croy after she was wrongfully imprisoned for 19 years by the state of California, and helped plan Critical Resistance: Beyond the Prison Industrial Complex.
  • Diane Di Prima, author of Revolutionary Letters, Memoirs of a Beatnik, Recollections of My Life As a Woman: The New York Years, Dinners and Nightmares, Pieces of a Song: Selected Poems, Seminary Poems and Selected Poems, 1956-1976
  • Ron Sakolsky, editor (with James Koehnline) of Gone to Croatan an Anthology, editor (with Stephen Dunifer) of Seizing the Air Waves: A Free Radio Handbook, author of Surrealist Subversions: Rants, Writings & Images by the Surrealist Movement in the United States and Sounding Off!: Music As Subversion/Resistance/Revolution
  • Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, author of Red Dirt: Growing Up Okie (Haymarket Series), Outlaw Woman: A Memoir of the War Years 1960-1975, Roots of Resistance: Land Tenure in New Mexico, 1680-1980 and Indians of the Americas: Self-Determination and Human Rights
  • Max Elbaum, author of Revolution in the Air: Sixties Radicals turn to Lenin, Mao and Che 3:30 pm
  • Eric Drooker, author of Blood Song, Flood!: A Novel in Pictures and (with Allen Ginsberg) Street Posters & Ballads: A Selection of Poems, Songs & Graphics and Illuminated Poems
  • Chris Carlsson, editor of Critical Mass: Bicycling's Defiant Celebration, Bad Attitude: The Processed World Anthology and (with James Brook) Reclaiming San Francisco: History, Politics, Culture: A City Lights Anthology
  • Roy San Filippo, editor of A New World in Our Hearts: eight Years of Writings from the Love and Rage Revolutionary Anarchist Federation
  • Kirk Read, author of How I Learned to Snap[3]



  1. [ Love & Rage Archive Love & Rage Archive]
  2. [Book Review: A New World in Our Hearts Posted on March 17, 2014 by APOC Love]
  3. Annual SF/Bay Area Anarchist Book Fair