Direct Action Anti-Authoritarians Collective

Direct Action Anti-Authoritarians Collective

Direct Action Anti-Authoritarians Collective

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The DAAA Collective, or Direct Action Anti-Authoritarians, was an anarchist and anti-authoritarian collective based out of the Central Valley city of Modesto in California, that existed from the summer of 2003, until they disbanded at the end of 2006. Their stated purpose was to promote "revolutionary class and community struggle, against capitalism, the state, racism, and other forms of hierarchy, coercion, and domination".

The collective got significant local press coverage by organizing Critical Mass bike rides, and Really Free Markets, along with countless small pieces and short interviews/quotes regarding other issues.


Formed by various community members already involved in Food Not Bombs, in the summer of 2003, the collective worked on a wide range of projects and issues, but were especially focused on the homeless, working poor, and around police brutality/harassment issues. They ran a Food Not Bombs program, engaged in Copwatch and literature distribution. The group often supported community groups and unions who were self-organizing, and working on local projects; such as strikes or protests. The collective placed a heavy emphasis on working......
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