Black Bridge International

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Black Bridge International was a "decentralized anarchist mutual aid network" set up to facilitate the sharing of resources and information.

Like other anarchist organizations, Black Bridge rejected hierarchy and had no leaders. In contrast to anarchist federations, however, Black Bridge was a web and had no platform or traditional membership.

Black Bridge had nodes in North America, South America (including Bolivia and Brazil), and Eastern Europe (including Bulgaria and Latvia).[1]

In 2003, an affiliated collective in New York City produced a Black Bridge documentary entitled "Bolivia Calling".

The Black Bridge network was initiated by anarchists in the United States and was sometimes characterized as part of an "anti-organizationalist" tendency.

Anarchist journalist and documentarian Brad Will worked with the international network in South America before his death in Oaxaca, Mexico.[1]

Other anarchist internationals and international networks[edit]


  1. ^ a b Notes from Nowhere (2003). We Are Everywhere. London: Verso. p. 139. ISBN 1-85984-447-2.