"We're not sitting around waiting for anyone to recognize us as a union in order to be or act as a union." An Amazon worker in Chicago talks to Rampant about what it will take to unionize the behemoth.
Seven days ago a group of activists started a hunger strike to fight to stop the city from allowing a toxic General Iron metal shredder from being built on Chicago’s Southeast Side.
A researcher of far-right activity discusses the forces behind the pro-Trump mob at the Capitol and the challenges ahead for combating a growing fascist movement.
Educators in North Carolina's Organize 2020 union caucus discuss how they are building membership and leadership through struggle.
A new study shows that Black people die at a higher rate in a normal year than the rate of white people dying from the pandemic this year. In this interview, the author of the research explains its significance.
Mutual Aid work in this Chicago neighborhood is forging new communities amid the pandemic and the antiracist rebellion. Rampant interviewed the organizers for a window into their ongoing project.
The recent rebellion in Philly against the police murder of Walter Wallace Jr. is rooted in struggles of the past and reflects the uprisings of the future.
African Americans have mobilized against the police to defend Black life since the 1960s and before. For this cycle of massive urban rebellion to succeed in changing the racist structures of society, it will require learning from this history and struggles abroad.
In the wake of the summer antiracist uprising, one Chicago ward is forging ahead with practical alternatives to policing. Ald. Rossana Rodriguez discusses the progress and challenges of defunding the police and imagining a different kind of public safety.
Black and Indigenous solidarity is crucial to the liberation of us all. It's time we talk about what it will take to repair the historical wounds of slavery, genocide, and their interconnections.
An interview with Chicago's socialist, Italian American alderman about the destructive legacy of Christopher Columbus.
An organizer with a new network of Black abolitionists talks about organizing amid rebellion.
A powerful tenant movement in Berlin triggered a referendum to expropriate the city’s landlords. This is how they did it.
The crisis induced by the global pandemic has presented a number of key questions to social justice educators around the country. Black Lives Matter at School leader Jesse Hagopian talks to Rampant about how to confront those challenges and build on recent waves of teacher organizing.
A researcher of far-right activity talks about the real threat posed by the recent right-wing rallies—not just in worsening the spread of the virus but in an advance of their toxic politics.
Antiracist activists and organizers from around the country describe what Black Lives Matter means in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
An Iraqi revolutionary talks about the current uprising in Iraq, its political history, and the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chicago police torture survivor Mark Clements talks to Rampant about the inhumane conditions he witnessed inside Cook County Jail when he was unjustly targeted and sent there last week.
Chicago's 33rd Ward Alderwomen speaks on navigating local governance as a socialist, decolonization of Puerto Rico, and building alternatives to the police.
Wet’suwet’en land is under constant invasion by the colonial Canadian government. The struggle for Indigenous sovereignty is currently reaching a height unseen in years.