"What could plenty mean, in a finite planet?" Richard Seymour on ecofascism, the deepening climate crisis, and the shape of an abundance worth fighting for.
Misha Falk on trans lives and transphobia as historical phenomena, shaped by bourgeois class domination and queer proletarian struggle, and how that understanding might guide the fight for trans liberation.
"...and in the absence of tractors / and the absence of fences and the absence of guards..." A new poem by Jake Romm.
Sex Workers of Winnipeg Action Coalition (SWWAC) members share how Winnipeg sex workers chipped away at an important source of revenue for the city’s police.
Kate Klein on a subtle source of activist burnout and what can be done about it.
Mani Moksha on “labour-saving” artificial intelligence as a tool of managerial control, and how the tech workers involved with AI might join forces with less advantaged workers to fight back.
Midnight Sun speaks to Anastasia Vosstavshaya and Marie, two comrades from the Russian Socialist Movement (RSM) – exploring what life is like for anti-war organizers in Russia today, the centrality of feminist organizing against the war, and what it means to build international solidarity with those fighting for liberation in both Russia and Ukraine. Translated by Olena Lyubchenko.
"If I am, then I am lost. If I am lost, someone will take me home." Poetry by Sanna Wani.
Ian Liujia Tian on truck drivers’ strikes in China, and the role played in that militancy by those drivers’ wives (Kasao 卡嫂).
Patty Krawec on religious nationalisms, kinship versus citizenship, and Land Back as an alternative to the violence of colonial borders.