"these days I think that almost everyone is good. how awful for us: good, here, in this world!" Two poems by Evelyna Ekoko-Kay.
Tara Olivetree (Ehrcke) on the critical role of the labour movement in the fight for climate justice, and how labour and climate activists can convince workers to take on that struggle.
Anna Bianca Roach sends a letter from 2080, when the coastal cities have slipped into the sea, but stubborn life still blooms.
Sudipta Saha on how climate justice and health justice during the COVID-19 pandemic (and beyond) are inextricably linked, different facets of the same struggle.
"What, when poems against nation are bestowed nation’s highest award?" Two poems by Bahar Orang.
Graeme Lamb argues that storytelling can be a crucial organizing tool – when mobilized in strategic ways.
David Camfield on the dead end of technocratic responses to climate crisis, and how only social movements can lead the way to climate justice.
Michael Löwy unearths the living power and possibility of the Paris Commune, when the working class of Paris seized control of the city 150 years ago this spring.
Sharing a stirring vision of solidarity, G.N. Nithya writes to friends, comrades, and former neighbours in Palestine.
Selena Hofmann on organizing strategies for hairstylists, a neglected layer of the working class.