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Marina Sitrin: Pandemic Solidarity: care, love and mutual aid

A new book offers snapshots of struggles and intimate stories about life during the pandemic from across the globe, reminding us who we really are

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Marina Sitrin: From Paris with Love and Lessons

Paris is alive with democracy

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Marina Sitrin: Black Lives Matter Interrupts Business as Usual

It is a movement that interrupts business as usual, and our collective preconceived ideas of what it means to build a movement and be a society in movement

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Marina Sitrin: Against Thanksgiving – for Indigenous People’s History

There is a conscious choice to ignore the history and politics of Thanksgiving, together with the history that surrounds it

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Marina Sitrin: Growing the New in the Cracks of the Old in Detroit

People who work in gardens eat 2.5 more servings of fruits or vegetables than those who do not

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Marina Sitrin: Movement-to-Movement Solidarity with Greece: The Waiting is Over

It is time to deepen the construction of alternative power from below, in Greece, and with links globally

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Marina Sitrin: Barter Networks – Lessons from Argentina for Greece

Millions of people in Argentina survived by exchanging what they already had, could do or could make

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Marina Sitrin: Assemblies and Elections: Questions for the Left

How can we change society so as to run it ourselves, horizontally, based in assemblies using forms of direct democracy?

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Marina Sitrin: Do we know our power in the US?

In reflecting on the question of collective power in the United States I have begun to think that power is not so much in the knowing but in the doing.

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Marina Sitrin: Fifteen Years of Community Controlled Water in Cochabamba

Marina Sitrin interviews Marcela Olivera, an activist in Bolivia’s water wars of 2000 and their ongoing legacy

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