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The British empire defeated Napoleon in 1815 on the field of battle at Waterloo (Belgium) and smashed the universal principles of the French Revolution – liberty, equality, and fraternity.
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Happy Birthday, Abdullah Ocalan!

“Human beings are not born once and for all on the day their mothers give birth to them, but … life obliges them over and over again to give birth to themselves.” -Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Love in the time of Cholera

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Gossip Girls: Emily Janakiram on Silvia Ferderici

Silvia Federici has been one of the most influential and widely cited Marxist feminist scholars of the last 50 years.  Her landmark work, Caliban and the Witch, argued that witch hunts were an organized campaign of mass murder of women who defied the increasing implementation of a patriarchal, authoritarian order under a rapidly developing capitalist state. In this article, Emily Janakiram argues that her work, and particularly her essay “On the Meaning of Gossip" can help shed light on a much maligned yet invaluable part of solidarity among workers and women.
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The Fortress World of Capitalism vs. the Beautiful Possibilities of Cooperation

Our beloved world is entering an increasingly unstable period, full of dangers and also full of possibilities. In many countries, old political parties are crumbling faster and anyone thought imaginable.
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Activists, State Surveillance and Political Policing

What can state surveillance, political policing, and the criminalisation of activists and communities tell us about the nature of democracy and the power of the state and capital in liberal democracies? Aziz Choudry expores the topic in great detail.

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Every Woman Is a Working Woman: Silvia Federici in The Boston Review

Silvia Federici interviewed by Jill Richards in The Boston Review
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Bartolomeo Vanzetti: The Immigrant Writes!

By Jon Curley, New Jersey Institute of Technology. A requiem for Sacco and Vanzetti on the ninety-first anniversary of their execution in Cambridge, MA on Wednesday, August 22nd.
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How One Woman Became an Activist With the Hashtag #ShoutYourAbortion

Founder Amelia Bonow started a movement with just one post.
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The Perils of 'Dropping Knowledge': Dr. Aziz Choudry interviewed by Erika Massoud

Dr. Aziz Choudry interviewed by Erika Massoud


Based on shared interests around social justice activism and research, our conversation focused on navigating the tensions, challenges, and contradictions of activist research in academia.

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'1968' and all that: Left legacies and the counter culture of remembrance

There is an old saw about the so-called swinging sixties: if you can remember it you weren’t there. This  has the rather interesting corollary that if you were’nt there, if you have to consult the archive  or rely on second hand accounts rather than your own experience, then you are more likely  to grasp  the events  in more detail, depth and  accuracy  than someone whose hippocampus and neural pathways have been irreversibly damaged by taking too much acid while ‘on the scene’ .  
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