Naomi Klein: “we are not who we were told we were”

Thumbnail image for Naomi Klein: “we are not who we were told we were” by Liam Barrington-Bush October 1, 2014 Environment & Energy

On the eve of the publication of her new book, Naomi Klein talks about the things that give her hope in a world that can sometimes feel very bleak.

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SYRIZA rising: what’s next for the movements in Greece?

Thumbnail image for SYRIZA rising: what’s next for the movements in Greece? by ROAR Collective September 30, 2014 People & Power

A left-wing government may provide breathing space to the movements, but it can also accelerate their demobilization and assimilation by state power.

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John Holloway: cracking capitalism vs. the state option

Thumbnail image for John Holloway: cracking capitalism vs. the state option by Amador Fernández-Savater September 29, 2014 People & Power

With left parties on the rise in Spain and Greece, John Holloway reflects on his influential 2002 thesis: can we change the world without taking power?

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Photos: thousands flood Wall Street to fight climate change

Thumbnail image for Photos: thousands flood Wall Street to fight climate change by ROAR Collective September 24, 2014 Environment & Energy

IN PHOTOS: Up to 400.000 people marched in New York to demand immediate action on climate change, as thousands more staged a sit-in near Wall Street.

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Kobanê under siege: Kurds resist fierce IS attack

Thumbnail image for Kobanê under siege: Kurds resist fierce IS attack by Joris Leverink September 24, 2014 People & Power

Öcalan calls for mass mobilization as suspicions of Turkey’s support for the Islamic State rise and attacks on Kobane in Syrian Kurdistan continue.

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A climate of disobedience: the coming destituent flood

Thumbnail image for A climate of disobedience: the coming destituent flood by Skye Bougsty-Marshall September 22, 2014 Environment & Energy

Flood Wall Street signals radical disobedience, a destituent power that will rise to inundate the institutions of the political and financial order.

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A history of hate crimes: migrants rise up in Italy

Thumbnail image for A history of hate crimes: migrants rise up in Italy by Susi Meret September 18, 2014 People & Power

Six years after the brutal murder of six Africans, the migrants of Castel Volturno are still faced with violence and discrimination on a daily basis.

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A proposal on the Scottish referendum: “Yes, but…”

Thumbnail image for A proposal on the Scottish referendum: “Yes, but…” by Gordon Asher September 18, 2014 People & Power

“A ‘Yes, but’ campaign supports a ‘yes’ vote as our least worst option, and supports the autonomy of social movements regardless of which side wins.”

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XM24: survival and inspiration against all odds

Thumbnail image for XM24: survival and inspiration against all odds by ROAR Collective September 14, 2014 People & Power

The story of the XM24 squat in Bologna is one of struggle and resistance, of hope and inspiration; a story about the self-management of everyday life.

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Inmate No Longer Here: the struggle for prison justice

Thumbnail image for Inmate No Longer Here: the struggle for prison justice by Manos Cizek September 13, 2014 People & Power

Cecily McMillan and Lucy Parks reflect on Occupy and the struggle for prison justice: ‘We’re going to see a big movement. It’s coming, that’s clear.’

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