Susan Ferguson on how the pandemic has laid bare the social reproduction labour that keeps capitalism churning, the fundamental violence of the capitalist system itself, and emerging possibilities for fighting back.
Mike Gouldhawke on capitalism, colonialism, and how we can use Marx’s concept of value as a tool for understanding and changing our current social conditions.
Sean K. Isaacs on how finance capital has increasingly turned housing, schools, and other sites of social reproduction into key battlegrounds of anti-capitalist struggle.
Emily R. Gerbrandt on how mutual aid and community care networks form a crucial foundation for abolitionist organizing.
Kate Klein on tactics and strategies for mining justice organizing in the COVID-19 era, when corporations are increasingly using digital technology to stifle dissent.
Tara Olivetree (Ehrcke) on the critical role of the labour movement in the fight for climate justice, and how labour and climate activists can convince workers to take on that struggle.
Sudipta Saha on how climate justice and health justice during the COVID-19 pandemic (and beyond) are inextricably linked, different facets of the same struggle.
Graeme Lamb argues that storytelling can be a crucial organizing tool – when mobilized in strategic ways.
Selena Hofmann on organizing strategies for hairstylists, a neglected layer of the working class.
Mike Gouldhawke on Indigenous land defence and the care that builds the solidarity that strengthens the blockade.