Anthony Rayson is an American anarchist activist and author. 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'.
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.
- Ziemba, Stanley (October 5, 2001). "Terrorist Attacks Become Part of Debate over Proposed Chicago-Area Airport". The Chicago Tribune.
- Anthony Rayson Zine Collection, DePaul University Special Collections and Archives. Accessed January 7, 2017.
- Hoekstra, Dave (March 19, 2000). "Peotone rally draws 1,200 supporters". Chicago Sun-Times. p. 3.
- Profile at AreaChicago.org
- Interview of Anthony Rayson concerning South Chicago ABC Zine distro
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