In January, 2020, ahead of the municipal elections, communalist movements from all over France gathered in the town of Commercy for a “Commune of Communes.”
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By securing land and building infrastructure that increases our collective self-sufficiency, we can create worlds on the periphery of the capitalist order.
In his latest book, “Revenge Capitalism,” Max Haiven sets out to assemble different stories about capitalism’s past and present to challenge its own account of itself.
Chile’s referendum result is a cry for progressive change, but the struggle to translate mass social mobilization into the drafting of a new constitution remains.
After seven months in quarantine, protesters have returned to the streets to reawaken the uprising they initiated the previous October.
To abolish the police we need to understand their modern formation and long history of being used for class repression.
Anarcho-Blackness is a qualitative shift of what anarchism is and does, describing the insurgency that defines the abolition of hierarchy and the state.
This summer’s insurrection requires a critical investigation of the ideal of nonviolence, in order to understand and develop new popular tactics.
The Floyd rebellion follows a long tradition of movements using a diversity of tactics to achieve their goals, discrediting champions of nonviolence.
The COVID-19 pandemic has put a spotlight on the essential roles care work and reproductive labor fulfill in our societies. But will it lead to gender liberation?