Category: Reimagining Society
The pandemic has damaged municipalism in Barcelona, but it has strengthened the municipalist hypothesis itself: our strength must be rooted in togetherness
Turkey is bent on extinguishing a beacon of women’s liberation in northern Syria. But the women of Rojava are not giving up
As the Black Lives Matter protests enter their fourth week, the movement is beginning to create the foundations of a more just society
The past decade saw the rise of a new emancipatory politics, embodied in Spain’s municipalist movement. But to build the new, one must first overcome the old.
In response to neoliberalism’s internationalism, European workers have turned to the nation state. It is time for the left to reclaim the narrative
There are big issues. They matter to society hugely. Things like why does an economic and social system foresee the arrival of pandemics, as ours did, but then not prepare to reduce their effects? Short answer, it wasn’t seen as short-run profitable to prepare. Market rules. But there are also more personal and immediate questions. Read more…
The politics of the Gilets Jaunes are often misunderstood or overlooked, yet the movement should be a point of reference for struggles across Europe
Here Are Some Alternatives That Are Proven to Work
A 31-year-old program in Eugene, Oregon, is a model in de-escalating situations that could end with law enforcement violence
A new solidarity movement is rising. From Los Angeles to Sao Paulo, Minneapolis to London, “Black Lives Matter” is a cry and a demand heard around the world.