Education & Emancipation

Stop celebrating neoliberal academia: boycott your graduation

Graduation ceremonies at UK universities are a clear representation of their financialized mentality, valuing profit over quality education.

Environment & Ecology

Hope of a sustainable future in West Virginia’s coal country

An intimate portrait of West Virginia’s “coal country,” where locals plan for a sustainable future amid the devastation wreaked by the fossil fuel industry.

Movement & Mobilization

The Fight for Mom’s House

This is the story of a group of homeless mothers who for 58 days occupied a vacant home in Oakland, and eventually claimed a historic victory in the struggle for housing justice.

Cities & Communities

Chicago’s little-known experiment in radical democracy

In the 1970s, Chicago’s 44th Ward was placed under direct democratic control of its residents, challenging the corrupt mayor’s near-total control over the city.

Hong Kong Wears Black

The police violence in Hong Kong has intensified, but so has the militancy of the protesters. All dressed in black, they are ready for the confrontation.

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