ROAR Collective

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From the refusal of labor to the seizure of power, the Italian militant and theorist talks to ROAR about class struggle in the contemporary metropolis.

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Joint statement of the academic delegation to Rojava

by ROAR Collective on January 15, 2015

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Last December, an international delegation of scholars visited Rojava to learn about the revolution, gender liberation and democratic self-government.

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FairCoop: virus of cooperation infects a new economy

by ROAR Collective on January 9, 2015

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The ‘Robin Hood of the Banks’ strikes again. This time the aim is to create a worldwide cooperative to develop and expand a new economy of the commons.

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Post image for Tides of relief: Nikos Romanos wins victory in hunger strike

After a month on hunger strike and weeks of solidarity protests, the anarchist prisoner Nikos Romanos is finally granted his demands by the government.

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We are looking for a designer to create the new ROAR logo

by ROAR Collective on November 27, 2014

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The designer will work together with ROAR’s editors and web team on the creation of a new visual identity and its application to the new ROAR website.

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Ayotzinapa protests awaken Mexico from a nightmare

by ROAR Collective on November 7, 2014

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The disappearance of 43 students whirls Mexico into a political crisis, but the social movement that has risen up in response could change it forever.

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Bolivian authoritarianism: not just a right-wing charge

by ROAR Collective on November 3, 2014

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Evo Morales, Bolivia’s first indigenous president, is widely known as an anti-imperialist. Inside Bolivia, however, there are many progressive critics.

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Finance and the privatization of rural livelihoods

by ROAR Collective on November 1, 2014

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The disappearing boundaries between financial speculation and development aid are an unsettling testimony to the rapid financialization of agriculture.

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A tribute to Loukanikos, the legendary Greek riot dog

by ROAR Collective on October 9, 2014

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The legendary Loukanikos, known for his fearless interventions during clashes with riot police in Athens between 2010-’12, has died at the age of 10.

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Post image for The class antagonisms of Hong Kong’s umbrella movement

Despite the politeness, short-sighted demands and bitter populism of the protests, it is at least clear that after this Hong Kong will not be the same.

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