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The Uprising of the Dispossessed
The various grassroots-based community initiatives active across the world are breaking the barriers of identities as well as challenging divisive capital-politics linkages to embrace each other
The Freedom Ride for Voting Rights will kick off with a Juneteenth celebration in Jackson, Mississippi, and make stops in seven states, concluding with a June 26 rally in Washington, DC.
Police in the United States act with impunity in targeted neighborhoods, public schools, college campuses, hospitals, and almost every other public sphere
Labor organizers coached workers to take individual actions, rather than collective protests, to make their urgent appeals
Today’s declining U.S. capitalism can no longer repeat its previous bland celebrations of private enterprises and free markets
So why isn’t it funded the same?
As part of the global movement to Boycott, Divest and Sanction Apartheid Israel, the Block the Boat movement has emerged to engage in peaceful direct action to stop the unloading of Israeli ships and cargo
Women are turning the tide against the patriarchal oppression and agrarian distress that have often kept them from organizing actively in farmers' resistance
Marking Juneteenth as a federal holiday is only the first step toward financial redress, not the last
In a long-awaited decision, the Supreme Court rejected a right-wing challenge to the Affordable Care Act in California v. Texas, preserving health insurance for 21 million people
Instead of consigning China to the doghouse, why not create one big Green reconstruction team?
If the infrastructure bill survives the current battles and is passed through the crucible of reconciliation, thank Senate Budget Committee Chairman Bernie Sanders first
Don’t Start Another Cold War
Alexa Avilés discusses her history of education organizing, recent billionaire-funded scaremongering attacks against her, and why she’s running for office on a citywide socialist slate
How Benjamin Netanyahu Won America and Lost Israel
As long as the Biden administration cedes center stage on a critical issue like climate migration, other voices will dominate the stage and define the narrative
Young athletes who represent increasingly multiracial European nations insist on taking a knee to protest racism
If international law is to preserve its teeth, it cannot do so with halfway measures.
It’s not an Amazon ad—it’s a message from the Times, encouraging readers to sign up for alerts telling them the best ways to spend their money on Amazon‘s biggest marketing day of the year
AU activists in Chicago plan to keep doing what they’ve been doing: “uniting with our co-workers, identifying the issues that are most popular, and taking action to address them.”
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The book, Seeds of Power, offers important insights on the complex dynamics of power and compliance and how they can play out in a broad national context
As Americans are subject to the brutal impacts of inevitable climate change, we face a clear choice: strong government intervention to save our lives, or a “survival of the fittest” dystopia
It turns passive to active, increases a feeling of efficacy, and confronts the learned hopelessness many of us were taught
We praise the hopes and struggles of the people, whose desire to advance history will cut through your repression
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Yanis Varoufakis, DiEM25 co-founder and MeRA25 leader, hosts Michael Albert, founder of ZNet, ZCommunications and ZRevolution
Interview on the Whistleblowing Dissent Accountability Festival
Rep. Tlaib called out U.S. involvement in Israeli violence during this powerful floor speech
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Review of “Fallout: The Hiroshima Cover-up and the Reporter Who...
December 6, 2020 [Chomsky responds to a question about accusations...
The recent announcement by the British government that it plans...
Albert Essay Series on Socialist Upsurge
Oldest essays at top, Newest at bottom
Ethics of It / Judging Societies
Society’s Pie / Disputing Pie Slices
Property Problem / Who Decides?
Who Does What? / Balanced Jobs
Disputing Balancing Jobs
Classlessness? / Markets or what?
Disputing Participatory Planning
Judging Participatory Socialism
Some Strategic Implications
The Polity / Community and Culture
Gender and Sexuality
Socialism or Participatory Society
Socialism: Ecology or Nothing
RevolutionZ Podcast features vision, strategy, and diverse guests. Below are some of 130 Episodes for instant access. All episodes are available free via popular podcast apps and our RevolutionZ Archive.
Talking with Oliver Ressler
Talking with Sean Michael Wilson
Varoufakis Interviews Albert (Video)
Police, Abolition and Us
Talking With Martin Parker
Talking With Yanis Varoufakis 3
Imagine And Then Act
Cancel Culture with Vince Emanuele
Talking with Yanis Varoufakis - 2
Fifteen Theses on Liberation
Talking With Yanis Varoufakis - 1
Talking About Writing
Talking with Raj Patel
Talking about Art with Jerry Fresia
Violence, Democratic Centralism...
The Old Folks Home at the College
Emanuele Queries Albert
Persistence, or Pigheadedness?
Win? Or Defeat Ourselves?
Talking About Noam Chomsky
Where Are We with Noam Chomsky
A Class Between Labor and Capital
Activism With Vincent Emanuelle
Talking with Noam Chomsky
Selected for Activists
Koenig: Peru at the Brink
Barber: Black Voters Matter
Chan: Workers’ in China
Padhi: Indian women rise up
Moss: Climate-Related Migration
Weiss: No Nuclear Weapons
DeManuelle-Hall: Chicago Amazon
Prashad: Kisan [Farmers’] Commune
Bennis: srael’s New Government
Day: Socialist College in the South
Toussaint: Cancel Debt
Tarleton: Bowen Passes the Torch
Rosen: Break-Up Big Tech?
Chomsky: Destroy Democracy
Rall: What I’d Do as NYC Mayor
Popuchet: Perú’s Masses
Klikauer: Global Working Conditions
PI: Defend Kurdistan
Johnson: Cancel Student Debt
Falk: Whither Palestine?
Flowers: We moved a mountain
Chomsky: Vicious Class War
Cook: Friedman’s Last Gasp
Rock: Hiding The Union Busters
Bernd: Water Protectors
Wilkins: We Are Coming
Bello: Osama’s Ghost
Bennis: End Militarism
Lovato: International Solidarity
Sperling: My Generation
Queally: ‘Keystone XL Is Dead!’
Pitt: Biden’s “Bipartisanship”
Landis: Bush echoes demands
baseMjondolo: Dignity of the poor
Moya: Peruvian Election
Benjamin: New Chapter in Peru
Caro: Chile: the End of Neoliberalism
Dennett: The Water Defenders
Klikauer: The Good-Doing Elite
La Duke: Mass Protest
Fuentes: ‘Commune or nothing’
Jenkins: ‘Moral March on Manchin’
Davies: A People’s Vaccine
Kaldveer: Protecting Pacifica
Johnson: Water Protectors
Giovanopoulos: Resistance and aid
Mendanlioglu: Rojava’s democracy
V: “Disaster Patriarchy”
Baiocchi: Housing Is a Social Good
Freeman: Cancel rents
LATU: Toward 100 chapters
Bennis: Israel’s New ‘Change Coalition’
McIntosh: ‘Summer of Chaos’
Benjamin: Schumer’s Anti-China Bill
Klug: ‘We Know Occupation’
Klikauer: Pandemic and Wages
Lindorff: Donors and the Movement?
Bryant: Critical Race Theory?
Shea Baird: Municipalists in Spain?
King: Drivers beat ‘fire and rehire’
Brecher: Climate, Jobs, and Justice
Chesler: My Covid Teaching Year
Johnson: Sanders Says Pass Voting Bill
Utopia Team: Real Utopia
Nolan: AFL-CIO & Police
Nolan: Unionized New Orleans
Abufom: Chilean Vote
Brazzell: Transformative justice
Ludwig: Youth Climate Activists
Giroux: Against Apartheid
Marantz: The Left Turn?
Kolhatkar:Another Oil Pipeline?
Ransby-Sporn: Major Wins
Press: Worked to Death by Capital
Sanders: future of our country
Holm: Society Without Landlords
Falk: Great Power Competition
Thambirajah: Can’t pay, won’t pay
Patel: Farmers in India?
Jayaraman: Restaurant Workers
Early: Dissenting POWs
Younis: communal cooking pot
Benjamin: Emperor’s New Rules
Boissière: strike won’t stop
Anderson: Third Reconstruction
Driver: Debt as a Weapon
Hastings: Social Unrest
Selected Collective 20
Collective 20’s members include Medea Benjamin, Michael Albert, Noam Chomsky, and 14 other writers. Visit collective20.org for a full archive and more.
15 Theses on Liberation
Future of State Politics
Overcoming Our Tendencies
Motives and Agendas
From 2000 Feet
Culture Makes Us Human
Is Socialism a “Failed Idea”?
Freedom, Responsibility, Alienation
Tomorrow’s World, Today
Some Vintage Chomsky
- My Generation on
- Biden Going “Full Steam Ahead” on Trump’s Nuclear Plans on
- To End Poverty in the United States, End Militarism on
- The Left Turn – Are We Entering a New Political Era? on
- The Left Turn – Are We Entering a New Political Era? on
- Seattle rally calls to cancel rents on
- Saving Democracy in America on
- Saving Democracy in America on