Every May Day for the past eight years, Crisis (aka Quemadura) curates, edits, designs, and publishes a free book, a labor of love, for the community. Happy belated May Day, I say on Juneteenth. This years is a feast of mourning and embracing, of cherishing and abolishing, featuring Ruth Wilson Gilmore, bell hooks, Dev Hynes, Gilles Bertin, Kuwasi Balagoon, Toni Morrison, Zoé Samudzi, Jean Weir, Willem Van Spronsen, Michael Kimble, EZLN, Black Panther Party, Jean Genet, George Jackson, Kanno Sugako, Marilyn Buck, Stevie Wilson, and a new translation of Katerina Gogou’s 1978 book Three Clicks Left. Though the physical copies are gone, you can download a pdf of the entire book at Black Ink, an online publication that is also an ongoing outlet of news, art, calls-to-action at the intersection of anarchism and Black life/liberation. Happy Juneteenth.