The oppression of Black people and the oppression of Palestinians are linked, but so are their resistances to colonization and US empire. Khury Petersen-Smith speaks with Eve L. Ewing about Black and Palestinian solidarity.
Deep economic and political crisis in Syria under the Assad regime shows that the conditions that gave birth to the Syrian revolution have far from resolved.
City budgets are key targets of local organizing and Defund campaigns, but cities themselves are bound by much larger financial forces. A recent book by Destin Jenkins details how cities became trapped by banks and credit rating agencies intent on austerity and racism.
As DSA members prepare for their bi-annual convention this summer, the Sprout Slate in Chicago has emerged as a prominent contender. Rampant sat down with “the slate the uprisings produced” to discuss their thoughts on abolition, mutual aid, multiracial organizing and the future of the movement.
A Palestinian in Gaza describes the pain, fear, and anger of life under Israel’s bombs.
From “race reductionism” to “dupes of Moscow.” many myths about Black radicalism and white supremacy still circulate today. In this roundtable, Charisse Burden-Stelly, Robin D. G. Kelley, and Barbara Smith provide an important counter.
The socialist movement in this country was at its strongest when it developed deep ties to the movement for Black liberation. In this roundtable, Charisse Burden-Stelly, Robin D.G. Kelley, and Barbara Smith reflect on key moments of this historic connection.