This introduction presents an overview of key concepts discussed in the subsequent chapters of this book. The book examines some of the pressing debates over organizing in which anarchists are engaged, highlighting various anarchist projects and organizational approaches which sustain people in the present while working towards broader social transformation. It focuses on the communications practices, both online and material, of TAO Communications an anarchist media venue based in a media collective with participants across the globe. The book examines anarchist participation in the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP), a direct action anti-poverty organization that is, in many ways, organized along anarchist lines and which shares much in common with anarchist activism. It evaluates the Anarchist Free Skool (AFS), a project begun in the multi-ethnic Kensington Market neighborhood in Toronto. An examination of constructive anarchy projects provide politics grounded in everyday resistance offers insights into real world attempts to radically transform social relations in everyday life.