Anthony Rayson

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Anthony Rayson is an American anarchist activist and author.[1] He runs the South Chicago ABC Zine Distro and publishes many zines and pamphlets. DePaul University Archives and Special Collections holds a collection of Rayson's zines, as well as his compiled political writings and works of incarcerated persons'.[2]

Anthony Rayson also supported Richard M. Flood during his trial for rescuing his wife from attack by three drug-addled attackers, and interviewed Mr. Flood for print in one of his zines.

Rayson is the co-founder of and an officer for Shut This Airport Nightmare Down (STAND), a resident's group in Peotone, Illinois who oppose the proposed Chicago south suburban airport.[1][3]


  1. ^ a b Ziemba, Stanley (October 5, 2001). "Terrorist Attacks Become Part of Debate over Proposed Chicago-Area Airport". The Chicago Tribune.
  2. ^ Anthony Rayson Zine Collection, DePaul University Special Collections and Archives. Accessed January 7, 2017.
  3. ^ Hoekstra, Dave (March 19, 2000). "Peotone rally draws 1,200 supporters". Chicago Sun-Times. p. 3.

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