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.

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.

Environment & Ecology

Toward Climate-Catalyzed Social Transformation?

Applying the work of Erik Olin Wright to emergent climate change movements helps us to understand current trajectories and possible pathways for transformation.

Movement & Mobilization

Gilets Jaunes aim to rebuild democracy from below

The second “Assembly of Assemblies” of the Yellow Vests showed both the importance and challenges of organizing a nation-wide direct democratic resistance movement.


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