"In less than ten years / cities will drown." A poem by Sanchari Sur.
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.
John Clarke reflects on nearly 30 years of organizing with the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP), and suggests how that legacy might inform struggles unfolding today.
“Under current political arrangements, rest is prescribed only when things are very dire, if at all.” On precarious labour and contracting COVID-19.
Emily R. Gerbrandt on how mutual aid and community care networks form a crucial foundation for abolitionist organizing.
Daniel Sarah Karasik asks: how do we reconcile the urgency of today’s crises with the patient work needed to build the mass power that could transform them?
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.
Former Ontario Coalition Against Poverty organizer John Clarke on the escalating fight to defend our unhoused neighbours.