M.E. O’Brien on family abolition and the communizing of care as political horizons worth fighting for. A conversation with Midnight Sun editor David Camfield.
Anastasia Vosstavshaya on the importance of decolonial, sovereigntist movements within Russia today.
A call to Canadian arts institutions to demand a ceasefire in Gaza & speak out for Palestinian liberation.
Isabel Krupp on the necessity of solidarity with Palestine, queer proletarian resistance, and why freedom for Palestine means freedom for us all.
"A festival underway; cherry-blossoms in bloom / I was carrying hundreds of leaflets / to distribute / to all of my comrades..." Two poems by farmers' rights activist Shibuya Teisuke, translated from the Japanese by Adam Kuplowsky.
"When do I rest into the we?" Two poems and a collage by Steffi Tad-y.
"Lord, boil my wages into rain." A new poem by Brendan Joyce.
kate klein and griffin epstein on challenging the labour movement to take the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and disability justice seriously, and on alternative modes of labour organizing when traditional forms fall short.
"I paid the tax for living. I kept / my head down & kept keeping / it down & pushing upwards." A new poem by Yaz Lancaster.
Caleb Fenez on sporting events as police propaganda, the 2023 World Police and Fire Games in Winnipeg, and abolitionist strategy for opposing them.