Tag: Social Movements
The Limits of White Skin Privilege
Michael Goldfield reflects on his time in the Sojourner Truth Organization to develop a critique of Noel Ignatiev’s theory of white skin privilege.
Breaking the Strategic Impasse
Now is the time for a new, militant strategy in the face of the radical right’s attempt to eradicate the right to abortion in the United States.
The Future of the Resistance Committees in Sudan
Three Sudanese leftists reflect on the state of the Resistance Committees that formed in the 2018 revolution.
“Those Who Are Poor, Die Poor”
How should we understand the election of Boric in relation to the social explosions of October? Jeffrey R. Webber makes sense of the Chilean scene.
The Necessity of Taking Back the Streets
Warren Montag probes the limits of current DSA strategy in the context of the American far right’s revival. What can the organization do under these conditions?
Coming Home from the Mines
Robert Ovetz reflects on the centenary of the Kansas wildcat coal strikes, considering the role of the Amazon Army and reflecting on lessons to be drawn from this labor history.
Upticks, Waves, and Social Upsurge
Kim Moody explores the significance of Striketober 2021: what it means, and just as importantly, what it doesn’t.
Counterrevolution in Sudan
How should we understand October’s military coup in Sudan? And what is left of the resistance in the wake of the 2018-19 movement?
Decolonization without National Sovereignty
Nandita Sharma responds to Neil Braganza’s review of her book Home Rule: National Sovereignty and the Separation of Natives and Migrants