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Quill Kukla asks, “How can spatial activists in Berlin resist this subverting commodification of their cause, and how in particular can street art play a role in this resistance?”
Jordy Cummings writes about the emergent phenomenon of social democratic intellectuals appearing on right-wing terrain. Does this indicate a burgeoning red/brown alliance?
Peter Ikeler demolishes Dustin Guastella’s recent article arguing that socialists should oppose the defunding of police. Against this reactionary nonsense, he advocates a properly socialist and abolitionist politics.
A preschool teacher in Vermont writes about the calamity of going back to work in the fall.
As of the late 1970s, China has become a fully fledged capitalist nation-state, complete with its own settler colonial projects and characterized by the law of value and the commodity-form.
For too long, gatekeepers of the art world have spoken in the name of the sector’s most marginalized workers. But now these workers are taking back the narrative, linking anti-racist mobilization to struggles in their own workplaces.
In our latest dispatch, an English professor argues that plowing ahead with university reopening in the fall is akin to the Thatcherite mantra, “There is no alternative.”