ROAR Collective

XM24: survival and inspiration against all odds

by ROAR Collective on September 14, 2014

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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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Between Light and Shadow: Marcos’ last words

by ROAR Collective on May 28, 2014

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Here is the English translation of Subcomandante Marcos’ last public statement: “We think it is necessary for one of us to die so that Galeano lives.”

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Crisis-Scapes conference: Athens and Beyond

by ROAR Collective on May 4, 2014

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The conference, held on May 9-10, will bring together leading radical geographers from Greece and beyond, including David Harvey and Andy Merrifield.

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Through reflections on Occupy’s politics, Heathwood Press has been at the forefront of a reconfiguration of critical theory for revolutionary practice.

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Over $10,000 raised: thank you for your support!

by ROAR Collective on February 27, 2014

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Your generous contributions to our IndieGoGo campaign will keep ROAR alive and lay the foundations for its transformation into a proper online magazine.

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The contradictions of the Euromaidan uprising

by ROAR Collective on February 21, 2014

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As Ukraine descends into civil war, a revolutionary syndicalist argues that the left should build a second front against both the government and the far-right.

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Leading cultural theorist Stuart Hall dies aged 82

by ROAR Collective on February 10, 2014

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The influential sociologist, founding editor of the New Left Review and godfather of cultural studies leaves behind a powerful intellectual legacy.

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State of Power 2014: Exposing the Davos Class

by ROAR Collective on January 25, 2014

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As world leaders gather for the World Economic Forum in Davos, the Transnational Institute releases its third report on the state of corporate power.

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Beyond Gezi: What Future for the Movement?

by ROAR Collective on January 16, 2014

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Gezi lives, but to have a lasting effect it will need to be taken out of the realm of the extraordinary and into the everyday lives of ordinary people.

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The Body Politicized: The Visibility of Women at Gezi

by ROAR Collective on January 9, 2014

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The large presence of women in the Gezi uprising was not just an act for women’s rights; it was a milestone in the politicization of women’s identities.

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