Patty Krawec on vital Indigenous practices that defy colonial forces of assimilation and show us the power of mutual aid.
Omole Ibukun on the #RevolutionNow movement in Nigeria and three lessons it might offer the global left.
How might we say no to shortcuts, but yes to fresh experiments in building new organizational forms on the left?
Sam Weselowski on "the red cedar / shade, backdrop / for the pickup truck flying / a Confederate flag / around the cul-de-sac..." A new poem.
Chittajit Mitra on how Cuba’s Family Code represents an inspiring alternative to homonationalism and rainbow capitalism.
Our comrades need all the assistance we can offer.
Tapji Garba on the relationship between police power and the state, and what it might tell us about how to fight for abolition.
James Graham on the need for a revolutionary socialism that grasps the real dynamics of labour, disability, and capital – and refuses to leave disabled people behind.
S. K. Hussan on the fight for permanent residency rights for 1.7 million migrants in the Canadian state – a case study in building revolutionary organizing.
Capitalist pandemic denial and the cost of living crisis are connected. We should organize on that basis.