Cat Lawton-Westerland explores the idea of malleable truth. "The disempowering narrative that we cannot discern the truth, that we do not have the skills to find it, is itself a tool of oppression."
Futures & Histories
Gavin Brewis traces the history of Scotland's 'War on Neds'. At the centre of a nation-wide moral panic targeting working class youth, Neds created a complex culture that was a direct response to material conditions of poverty, violence, and exclusion.
Arondeus shows that the queer community is one of the strongest and the bravest, willing to fight back, risk everything and act in order to save lives from fascism. In the words of one of the queer antifascists currently fighting Daesh in Syria, 'These faggots fight fascists'.
The Radical Nurses Group was established in the 1980s and active throughout that decade. The grassroots collective was small, but was able to form bonds of solidarity and support within their profession, taking a strongly political stance to their work and the conditions that were created from it.