Palestinian writer Yara Hawari speaks with the founders of Hajar Press on unity and fragmentation, joy and pain, and her novella, The Stone House.
A new report exposes the “Israel Institute” as an extensive propaganda operation that gives cover to brutal Israeli state violence and capitalizes on the oppression of Palestinians in the service of the Israeli military and security industry.
Brekhna Aftab and Farhaana Arefin, founders of Hajar Press, speak with Palestinian writer Yara Hawari on cycles of dispossession, the beauty of oral history, and her novella, The Stone House.
So what’s up with NATO? Dissenters answers some fundamental questions about NATO, and what role the alliance has played in the war on Ukraine.
Legendary Irish socialist Eamonn McCann reflects on police abolition in Free Derry, the rapid and challenging dynamics of the movement, and humiliating the Brits.
The story of kokum scarves has long connected Ukrainian refugees and Indigenous peoples of North America. The relationships they represent are an essential kind of solidarity today.
A guide from Dissenters on how to talk about what's happening in Ukraine as US-based anti-imperialists in solidarity with everyday people and liberatory movements everywhere.
A new book by Amitav Ghosh explores the beauty, terror, and agency of non-human entities. Sustaining and rebuilding these relationships will be necessary to resist colonialist omnicide.
Today marks twenty years since the extralegal torture facility Guantánamo Bay was opened. It is time to close the base and begin repairing the harm to its victims and their families.
Moves by the Biden administration to include Israel in the US Visa Waiver Program validate Israel's racist policies.
For twenty years, Chicago has made Boeing rich by destroying working communities. This year, Chicago has a chance to end the deal with the war profiteer.
The first Palestinian exhibit at Chicago’s Art Institue offers a portal into another world and presents an unnerving, urgent call to resistance.
The Israeli siege has made daily life in Gaza a particular kind of nightmare. Here, a Palestinian mother speaks about her grim experience, as well as the hopes that sustain her.
Several socialist elected officials refused to oppose Israel’s brutal settler colonialism when it counted. It's time we talk seriously about the implications for socialist strategy on the ground.
Three months after Israel’s bombardment of Gaza and forced displacement of Palestinian families evoked massive worldwide protests, Reps Jamaal Bowman and Ilhan Omar cast deciding votes to fund more Israeli bombs and apartheid. Why?
The heroic Palestinian struggle is the beating heart of the international revolution. Grasping the imperialist dynamics of Zionism and the region is essential for solidarity struggles.
A central strategy of the Palestinian struggle for liberation is rich with potential for abolitionist movements. It’s time to boycott, divest, and sanction the police.
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.
A Palestinian in Gaza describes the pain, fear, and anger of life under Israel's bombs.
A Syrian activist describes her struggle to free her father and other political prisoners arrested and disappeared by the Assad regime for the simple act of protesting for freedom.
Palestinian liberation is intimately tied to the liberation struggles of the entire region. Palestine’s dynamic interdependence with the revolutionary struggle against Assad in Syria has important lessons.
The genocide of the Rohingya in Myanmar led many refugees to settle in Chicago. Now, as mass protests roil their home country, Rohingya human rights advocate Imran Mohammad Fazal Hoque speaks to his community’s harrowing experience and the current revolt.
Disreputable writers and outlets, often operating under the aegis of “independent journalism” with purportedly “leftwing” views, are spreading corrosive propaganda and disinformation that aims to strip Syrians of political agency.