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April ZMag
  • Dolack: Public-Private Partnerships

    Public-private partnerships are one of the surest ways of shoveling money into the gaping maws of corporate wallets, used, with varying names, by neoliberal governments around the world, particularly in Europe and North America

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    Brecher: Climate Kids v. Trump

    Two days after the election of Donald Trump, 21 plaintiffs aged 9-20 won a court ruling that may be just as important as that election in determining our future.

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    Daniels: A Third Force

    An independent Third Force must be multifaceted with the capacity to utilize community organizing, campaigns around issues, protests, marches, demonstrations, boycotts, elections and policy advocacy to advance a vision/mission and agenda for transformative change

  • Williams: Scientists and Politics

    To talk of a supposedly apolitical science is wrongheaded to begin with. Science has been political since its modern inception with the Scientific Revolution, which began in part with Galileo’s experiments on projectile motion

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    Brecher: Social Self Defense, Part Two

    Social Self-Defense is not an organization—it is a set of practices to be engaged in by myriad organizations, hopefully in close coordination with each other. It draws both on established and newly emerging organizations. The community assemblies in Brooklyn, Los Angeles, Montpelier, and many other locations illustrate how new organizations can arise for Social Self-Defen

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Recent Audio/Videos
  • Barghouti: Recounting Victories

    Describing victories of the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement (BDS) in the effort for Palestinian justice

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    Chomsky: Requiem for the American Dream

    Discussion focusing on Chomsky’s new book, "Requiem for the American Dream: The 10 Principles of Concentration of Wealth & Power"

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    Koerner: Massive Protests in Venezuela

    While international media focused almost exclusively on the opposition protests and clashes with the police, the pro-government protests were equally as large

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    Sanders: Fight Back Rally

    The former presidential candidate and the new chair of the Democratic National Committee plan to visit 'purple' and 'red' states to revitalize the party in hopes of making election gains in 2018 and beyond

Recent Blogs
Next American Revolution

Interviews conducted in 2041 as source material for an oral history of the next American revolution have miraculously begun to arrive in the present. Each new one we receive will appear here. Also: Albert: Why Make Believe?Lesher: Which Way To The Revolution? Interviewing: Dylan Cohen, Robin Kunstler, Leslie ZinnNoam CarmichaelReverend Stephen Du BoisPeter Cabral, Bertrand Dellinger, 21Lydia Luxemburg 21, Senator Malcolm King 2, 1,  Anton Rocker, Cynthia Parks 2, 1, Mark FeynmanBarbara BethuneAndrej Goldman 2, 1Harriet LennonBill HamptonCelia CurieJuliet Berkman


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Being Left

Vincent Emanuele interviews Michael Albert Activism and vision

Spanish activist David Marty interviews Albert on : Being Left

Belgian activist Paulo Rodriquez interviews Albert on: Thoughts and Deeds

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