To predict future developments among the US far-right, we can look at one particular niche of current far-right thinking: its biologized notion of masculinity.
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In his new book, Modibo Kadalie examines the convergence of maroon and Indigenous cultures in the US and rediscovers a lost history of intimate direct democracy.
The challenge for antifascists today is to build the capacity to act as a buffer for marginalized communities and the movements fighting for a new world.
The contradictions of Black citizenship are intricately linked to movement and migration, despite common perceptions that exclude Black people from migrant struggles today.
If peaceful mass-mobilizations cannot avert climate catastrophe, has the time come to imagine more radical forms of resistance to fossil capitalism?
The internet has given rise to new forms of far-right organizing. To be effective, anti-fascists must develop strategies to contend with them.
For four years, municipalists held power in cities across Spain. Their successes and setbacks hold important lessons for municipalist activists and organizers today.
The decolonization of Israel requires the dismantling of Zionist settler colonialism as an exclusive and controlling ideology while restoring Palestinian rights.
The Red Deal is a manifesto and movement — borne of Indigenous resistance and decolonial struggle — to liberate all peoples and save our planet.
At the age of 20, Dmitrieff founded and led the Union des femmes, the foremost radical feminist and socialist organization that emerged during the Commune.