Category: Reimagining Society

Kim Scipes: Practical Utopia: Strategies for a Desirable Society

Engaging with this book will help each of us further think out what we want to see in the future

Michael Albert: Socialism?!

What is new, complements of Bernie Sanders and the last five years‘ activism is that such people no longer avoid the label socialist

David Swanson: Monbiot’s New Story Uncut and Unrated

George Monbiot’s Out of the Wreckage: A New Politics for an Age of Crisis is part familiar; part original, creative, and inspiring; and pretty much all right-on and necessary

Amy Zhang: The next step for cooperatives is certification

Cooperatives have so much potential to sustainably lift people out of poverty

Nicolas Lalaguna: Back from the future

A guide for revolutionary change now

Ted Glick: Poor People’s Campaign Building Toward June 23 in DC

By their inclusiveness when it comes to issues, as well as the range of social movements involved, the Poor People’s Campaign is modeling a central, essential element of our path forward to revolutionary change

Jonathan Smucker: Roadmap for radicals

A new book, Hegemony How-To, offers a practical guide to political struggle for a generation that is still ambivalent about questions of power, leadership and strategy

Jérôme Roos: The Long Shadow of May ’68

In the face of a potentially dystopian future, the left still retains a small window of opportunity to begin to turn the tables—but only if it can learn to move beyond some of the ambivalent legacies it has inherited

Jane Paul: Financing an Equitable Economy in Los Angeles

As we work to extend the reach of these emerging alternative economic efforts, we are able to create stronger community bonds, build well-being, and activate new participants toward the goals of equity and stability

Adam Lynch: After Centuries of Housing Racism, a Southern City Gets Innovative

In Jackson, Mississippi, community land trusts are key to fair and affordable development

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