Whether migrants are vilified as 'Thieves' by the establishment or supported by the left in terms of their 'contributions', they are at all times thought of as objects. Panos Theodoropoulos surveys these narratives, and writes that anti-racists must step up their arguments.
Matteo Ciccognani surveys the poverty of Hollywood's attempts to portray revolutionaries and collective struggles, and considers the current state of revolutionary paradigms in popular culture.
Black Rose Anarchist Federation interview Fauda, an anarchist organisation in Palestine.
Patrick Derieg considers the future of AI. Will we allow big tech companies to solely own Al, or will we take collective ownership over these increasingly powerful technological tools?
As long as we are alone, individualised, and isolated, we cannot defend ourselves. Yet big tech companies are not without alternatives. Looking for these alternatives already begins in the way we speak about them.
Around the world, corporate-aligned governments have initiated thousands of Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in which normal tax, environmental, and workers’ rights laws don’t apply.
Three years after the murder of George Floyd that inspired this article, police brutality remains a festering wound upon the social body. Before we can imagine how to move beyond our current predicament, we must first understand it.