Dr. Keisha N. Blain speaks to ROAR about the vital role of Black women leaders in the success of Black political movements in modern US history.
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Aric McBay’s two-volume handbook for political action helps us to strategize, plan and organize effectively in order to achieve our goals of radical social change.
Capitalist realism is over. Europe’s response to COVID-19 and the climate crisis shows that a new form of capitalism is in the making.
The past decade saw the rise of a new emancipatory politics, embodied in Spain’s municipalist movement. But to build the new, one must first overcome the old.
The politics of the Gilets Jaunes are often misunderstood or overlooked, yet the movement should be a point of reference for struggles across Europe.
Following a long tradition of left revolutionary praxis, protesters in Seattle have declared a cop-free autonomous zone in the heart of the city.
A New Orleans radical mutual aid group organizes with and within communities to help transform the conditions that created the crisis in the first place.
What if we were to take revenge seriously? What would it tell us about the times in which we live and, more importantly, how to change them?
When governments demand gratitude for their response to the coronavirus they reveal the insecurity of sovereign power that the left must exploit.
Campaigns against apartheid in both South Africa and Israel provide important lessons for the Rojava international solidarity movement against Turkey’s invasion.