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.”
A middle school teacher explains why we can’t just throw all of our lessons online in the face of COVID-19 and pretend that education is continuing as usual.
A care worker writes about the struggle for PPE, wages, and job security in the UK.
How does the pandemic force us to rethink the relations among capital, state power, and human life?
A Brazilian historian and PSOL militant puts forward fifteen theses on the limits and opportunities in a conjuncture marked by multiple nested crises in his country
Dan Boscov-Ellen writes about the limits of reform to stave off climate change, and proposes radical alternatives.