Watch full documentary “CRASS: There Is No Authority But Yourself”

Someone has uploaded the entire documentary “CRASS: There Is No Authority But Yourself” about Legendary British anarcho-punk band Crass.

You can watch it in all its glory here.

The band last released “Ten Notes on a Summer’s Day” in 1985.

 

 


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  1. Jose7/23/2012 11:18 AM | Permalink

    great article! i loved it, coutiatnlagrons to qalipu first nations from somiajij miawpukek! this opens the doors to much learning!one thing though, Since arriving on Unama’kik, or “Land of Fog” (Newfoundland), most likely from Eskikewa’kik, or “Skin Dresser’s Territory” (Nova Scotia), in the early 1600s, possibly earlier, most generations of Mi’kmaq have inhabited the island in an environment of oppression, discrimination and stigmatization. unama’kik is land of the fog, but doesn’t refer to newfoundland. it instead refers to neighbouring cape breton. newfoundland is taqamkuk, different meanings but most agree it means something along the lines of land across water, or land over waves. before becoming it’s own distinctive territory in mi’kma’ki it was considered a part of unama’kik, though! i might have just read that line wrong and mixed it up, myself. if so, sorry! lolNewfoundland has also been referred to the elders has mekwek’jitek’waksik, as well.

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