Media & Manipulation

It’s never really about the bread

Corporate media often depicts major social upheavals as single-issue affairs — to see how movements and struggles connect we need to look beyond the headlines.

Autonomy & Authority

Remembering as resistance: decolonizing Bolivian history

Bolivian Indigenous movements use oral history and memory to challenge the elites’ version of history and build their own narratives of the Andean past.

Capitalism & Crisis

Capitalists fear the Green New Deal — and for good reason

US liberals and conservatives wrongly view the Green New Deal as communism-in-disguise, but its radicalizing potential might justify their fears nonetheless.

Environment & Ecology

For the love of winning: an open letter to Extinction Rebellion

An activist from the ZAD writes to Extinction Rebellion about victories and defeats, about winning and how it often is not what we thought it would be.

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