Solidarity Winnipeg’s Jesslyn Best and Misha Falk discuss utopias, popular uprisings, gender and sexual freedom, communist politics, and speculative fiction with M.E. O’Brien and Eman Abdelhadi, the authors of the new book Everything For Everyone: An Oral History of the New York Commune, 2052-2072.
Raia Small on why the left in the United States and Canada has struggled to mount an effective response to the pandemic’s catastrophes, and where we might go from here.
Darrah Teitel on the need to push beyond electoralism and non-profit charity models in the fight for reproductive justice, and to embrace social movement organizing that can hold contradictions.
Two poems about "a defiance that’s so simple, / so impossible," by Daniel Sarah Karasik.
Elizabeth So and Karen Jutzi on how members of the Elementary Teachers of Toronto fought to transform their union local’s executive – and won.
A year after the brutal eviction of encampment residents at Toronto’s Lamport Stadium Park, members of Encampment Support Network Parkdale reflect on the transformative power of community resistance.
Liberalism has abandoned the public to a fast-mutating viral threat. The left should offer a clear, systematic alternative.
"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.