ROAR is going into print: editorial illustrator wanted!

Thumbnail image for ROAR is going into print: editorial illustrator wanted! by ROAR Collective March 9, 2015 News

The candidate will provide illustrations for the cover and essays of ROAR Magazine’s first print issue. We are looking for someone who can start ASAP.

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In Amsterdam, a revolt against the neoliberal university

Thumbnail image for In Amsterdam, a revolt against the neoliberal university by Jerome Roos March 8, 2015 Education & Emancipation

The student occupation at the University of Amsterdam speaks to a deepening crisis of higher education not just in the Netherlands but across the globe.

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Sing your joy, voice your anger and break the system

Thumbnail image for Sing your joy, voice your anger and break the system by Cagla Aykac March 8, 2015 People & Power

On March 8, women across the world march, rise up and fight back against rape, abuse, oppression and humiliation — to break the silence and be free.

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26A cafe: resisting capitalism one tea at a time

Thumbnail image for 26A cafe: resisting capitalism one tea at a time by Joris Leverink March 7, 2015 Reflections

In the consumerist Valhalla of central Istanbul, the 26A collective provides a glimmer of hope that there is still an alternative to capitalist society.

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Barcelona en Comú: the city as horizon for radical democracy

Thumbnail image for Barcelona en Comú: the city as horizon for radical democracy by Manuela Zechner March 4, 2015 Reflections

Barcelona en Comú, the municipal movement formerly known as Guanyem, has opened up a new set of intertwining horizons for radical democracy in the city.

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Rojava: only chance for a just peace in the Middle East?

Thumbnail image for Rojava: only chance for a just peace in the Middle East? by Jeff Miley March 3, 2015 People & Power

The democratic confederalism of Rojava is an attempt to transcend borders and build a participatory alternative to the tyrannical states of the region.

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Bookchin: living legacy of an American revolutionary

Thumbnail image for Bookchin: living legacy of an American revolutionary by Federico Venturini February 28, 2015 Ideas

An interview with Debbie Bookchin on her father’s contributions to revolutionary theory and the adoption of his ideas by the Kurdish liberation movement. 

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Ending austerity in Greece: time for plan B?

Thumbnail image for Ending austerity in Greece: time for plan B? by Jerome Roos February 26, 2015 Capitalism & Crisis

Syriza’s “head-long retreat” in the standoff with its creditors hails the failure of Tsipras’ pro-euro strategy. It’s time to start preparing for Grexit.

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The poor fetish: commodifying working class culture

Thumbnail image for The poor fetish: commodifying working class culture by Joseph Todd February 25, 2015 Culture & Critique

Bullshit jobs and a pointless existence are increasingly driving London’s spiritually dead middle class towards a fetishization of working class culture.

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Celebrating a decade of Zapatismo in the City

Thumbnail image for Celebrating a decade of Zapatismo in the City by Jessica Davis February 24, 2015 Actions

Since ten years the local people of El Barrio have been organizing horizontally to create non-authoritarian spaces of urban resistance and solidarity.

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