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  • "The End of Imagination" by Arundhati Roy
    "Terrorism is the symptom, not the disease." (Arundhati Roy, The End of Imagination)Arundhati Roy is a superhero. She wears a sari instead of a cape. She has written one novel - The God of Small Things - and it won the Booker Prize. She...
  • HIPPIED0M AND THE NEW SOCIETY
    Neo-Hippies’ are back, it seems, in fashion. But I suspect many are like ‘neo-capitalists’ with little conscience.
  • Let's get our Strike on 3/8: International Women's Day
    In honor of Women's History Month, International Women's Day, and the Day Without a Woman/General Strike on March 8th, 2017, we've put together a selection of our favorite titles that can offer a historical topography of what has led to this mo...
  • The Gong of History; Or, What Is a Human?
    Every great historical epoch in the freedom struggle raises the question: what is a human? The answer changes, to quote Askia Muhammad Toure of the Revolutionary Action Movement, with “the Gong of History.” Amid all the confusing din o...
  • Margaret Atwood on the role of the artist in testing times
    I met Margaret Atwood last year. It was at an author party at the Brooklyn Book Festival.  She appeared to be quite shy – although maybe it was just me boring her to death – and her physical stature was in inverse proportion to...
  • It worked!
    I was at the action (demonstration, whatever) last week. I used to find them exciting but I’ve grown weary.
  • Berlins Taiga
    An antifascist football supporter as Soviet history tour guide.
  • Big City Skiing
    As a PM envoy at the World Cup race in Stockholm.
  • VISITING HERMAN IN THE AGE OF TRUMP
         This past year was good for prison activists. Those who advocated for high-profile political prisoners in the federal system celebrated when President Obama commuted the sentences of Chelsea Manning and Oscar Lopez, both n...
  • "Socialism or Nothing"
    A review of John Smith's "Imperialism in the Twenty-First Century: Globalization, Super-Exploitation, and Capitalism's Final Crisis".
  • Trump and May
    Donald Trump is truly absurd. He is not only a racist and misogynist and believes in torture but an extreme right -winger who denies the existence of climate change.
  • To Praise Ginger Goodwin Is to Revere a Radical
    Feisty miner reminds that comfortable compromisers are easily forgotten.The broad outline of Ginger Goodwin's story is well known to many of The Tyee's readers. Albert "Ginger" Goodwin was active in the coal mining unions of Glace Bay,...
  • 'Al-Mutanabbi Street' 2017: As Long As We Need To Remember
    Next March marks the tenth anniversary of the bombing of Baghdad’s al-Mutanabbi Street, the city’s historic bookselling corridor. The “Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here” movement has started to organize readings on or...
  • On the Labour of Activist Birth Work
    As a birth worker, or “doula” I provide non-medical support to birth givers and their families through pregnancy, birth and postpartum.
  • Kämpa Showan!
    A newly released book tells the story of antifascist organizer and football supporter Showan Shattak, who nearly lost his life after being assaulted by neo-Nazis in 2014.
  • Review of "The Football Factory" by John King
    John King’s novel was first published in the UK twenty years ago. It has recently been reissued by PM Press in a handsome and suitably eye-catching edition for North American readers. Curious then that the title remains The Football Facto...
  • FORWARD EVER, NORMAL NEVER: TAKING DOWN DONALD TRUMP
    This dream. Something is in the house, something's breaking, the things I love are going away. I reach for Laura, she becomes translucent, evaporates. I wake up, telling myself this dream means I'm worried about how tired and worn Laura has grown ...
  • Why do we marginalize children in our radical political spaces?
    Yesterday, I flew from Minneapolis to San Francisco to read books to children. This is a new gig for me. All of my other books are for adults. And, even though those books haven’t sold loads of copies, I am confident that I could line up a s...
  • Castro and Cuba
    The ‘Jefe Maximo’ (Supreme Leader) Fidel Castro is dead. He may have become been a towering figure in the 20th century but for many he was a highly controversial and divisive one. His brother Raúl, head of the military forces...
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