Protest & Policing

The ‘terrorism’ of puppets: Spain’s crackdown on dissent

The arrest of two Spanish puppeteers accused of “promoting terrorism” in a play reveals the violence of the state in a way that satire never could.

People & Power

Whose lives matter? The limitations of Bernie Sanders

Our only hope for a radical internationalist movement lies in the self-organization of working-class people. It certainly will not come from Bernie Sanders.

People & Power

Nicaragua and the ghosts of revolution

Over two decades after a devastating civil war, the people of Nicaragua are still plagued by the haunting memories of what could have been.

Intellectuals & Ideas

Learning from the life of Murray Bookchin

Janet Biehl’s “Ecology or Catastrophe” presents a lucid overview of Bookchin’s life and is possibly the best introduction we have to social ecology today.

Earthlings

Taking the Earthlings music band as its point of departure, this short film questions the artificial dividing line between being a refugee and being human.

The Land Between

An intimate insight into the hidden and desperate lives of Sub-Saharan African migrants living in the mountains of northern Morocco.

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