Tag: Social Movements
Hossam el-Hamalawy argues that Palestine’s struggle for self-determination has served as an inspiration for the struggle for democracy in Egypt
Rhiannon Maton draws lessons from the Rutgers strike, six months later.
As a settler-colony scrambling to hang on to its dominant position within the current international order, the United States recognizes Israel as a kindred spirit and accomplice that is similarly threatening to buckle under the weight of its own irresolvable contradictions.
Joseph Daher analyzes the causes, scope, strategy, and possible growth of the ongoing regime protest movement in Syria.
Alex Adamson reviews M.E. O’Brien’s book Family Abolition. What is the relationship between family abolition and the abolition of racial capitalism?
Shireen Akram-Boshar draws key lessons from the current wave of revolt and reaction that we can draw from the MENA region
Camila Valle on the violence of Argentina’s neoliberalism, and the radicalizing feminist response that makes everything a feminist issue.
Danelle Wylder’s expanded speech from Chicago’s Trans Day of Resistance.
Lucila Szwarc offers five strategies from the abortion struggle in Argentina for the post-Roe U.S. and for abortion rights seekers globally
The Colorado Springs shooting represents a wave of proto-fascist violence targeting queer and trans people. Now, more than ever, is the time for a mass movement for LGBTQ liberation.