Farmer Co-Ops Are Giving Latinx Communities Room To Grow

By Victoria Bouloubasis, Civil Eats. -

On Sundays, Edith Alas Ortega travels 20 minutes from her home to a farm field in Henderson County, North Carolina, and takes a deep breath. “There’s a mental and physical healing that happens [...]

When Communities Reject The Throwaway Economy

By Mauro Anastasio, European Environmental Bureau. -

Here's how a growing number of communities across Europe are speeding up the shift to more resilient economies and supply chains. Rethinking the way we create, use, and dispose of our everyday [...]

Resistance And Aid

By Ramazan Mendanlioglu, Red Pepper. -

In the villages, cities and regions of Rojava, in the predominantly Kurdish north east of Syria, political upheaval has resulted in the largely decentralised self-administration of many areas, [...]

The Healing Web Of Solidarity

By Alice F. Thompson and Kenneth S. Thompson, MD, Working-Class Perspectives. -

As most of us sat at home during the past year, seeking safety from the pandemic and isolated from each other, we had little to protect us from the onslaught of historic national traumas and [...]

Building Class Power By Fighting For The Common Good

By Stephanie Luce, Organizing Upgrade. -

As activists orient to the post-election landscape, we’re having lots of conversations about building power for the long term. We’re taking stock of the types of power we need and how they can [...]

Organizer Do’s And Dont’s- 101

By Ahjamu Umi, Hood Communist. -

My license to speak about this comes from the fact I’ve been involved in organizing work since 1979 when I joined the Pan-Africanist Secretariat (Brother Oba T’Shaka for those that know) at 17 [...]

Ten Action Ideas For Building A Police-Free Future

What makes a community healthy and safe? This document doesn’t have all the answers, but it acknowledges that for many of us, police are not part of the solution. Patterns of racism, sexism, [...]

Popular Power Will Not Be Quarantined!

By Ricardo Vaz, Venezuelanalysis. -

Analysing different future scenarios is a very common exercise for Venezuelan political organisations. With constant US pressure, imagining situations of foreign invasions, military coups, early [...]

Socialists Of Color To The Front

By Eli Day, In These Times. -

One evening in late May, upward of 50 grassroots organizers from different groups around the country gathered at a union hall in Dorchester, Mass. They were grappling with some of the Left’s [...]

Symbiosis: A New North American Grassroots Political Network

By Symbiosis, ROAR Magazine -

On January 7, Symbiosis released a launch statement announcing the Congress in Detroit from September 18-22 of this year., initially signed by 14 organizations. “Over the course of the past [...]