Day 10 Of Countdown To Launch: Featuring Eleanor Goldfield

By Staff, -

By Popular Resistance. Eleanor Goldfield, an activist, musician, photographer and artist, has participated with Popular Resistance on various campaigns, most recently on net neutrality. She [...]

Liberalism, Ultraleftism Or Mass Action

By Peter Camejo, -

By Peter Camejo for The Militant - The purpose of this meeting is to have a discussion about the present political conjuncture in this country following the May events, how we have to relate to [...]

Building A Mass Movement To Stop Mass Killing

By Medea Benjamin, -

By Medea Benjamin for AlterNet - The $600 billion annual cost of the US military budget eats up 54% of all federal discretionary funds. It’s no wonder we don’t have money to address the crisis of [...]

The Price Of Resistance

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By Chris Hedges for Truth Dig - In the conflicts I covered as a reporter in Latin America, Africa, the Middle East and the Balkans, I encountered singular individuals of varying creeds, [...]

FCC Plans To End Net Neutrality. Can Popular Movement Stop That?

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By Jeff John Roberts for Fortune - Ajit Pai does not like net neutrality. The new Chair of the Federal Communications Commission is clear he wants to tear up the policy and said he will start [...]

Seeking An International Meeting Of Movements

By Staff, -

By Staff for the Committee of Coordination of People’s Movements and Organizations of the Five Continents. From March 4 to 9, in the context of the homages to Commander Chávez on the fourth [...]

Resistance In The Age Of Trump

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, -

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers. This article summarizes the history of the Trump era and the response by the popular resistance movement. It links to a series of articles written over the [...]

What Kind of Movement Moment Are We In?

By Mike MIller, -

By Mike MIller for Counterpunch. We need to build it. That will require talking with people who now don’t think the way present movement activists do; it will mean listening to them, and gaining [...]

Marta Harnecker: Ideas For The Struggle

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By The Old and New Project. July 2016— When we asked Marta Harnecker whether it would be OK to post her “Ideas for the Struggle” (12 short articles about the left and the challenges it faces) on [...]

Alt-Majority: How Social Networks Empowered Mass Protests Against Trump

By Farhad Manjoo, -

By Farhad Manjoo for The New York Times - In his first week in office, as the president’s aides won’t tire of reminding us, Mr. Trump has already put in motion plans to do much of what he [...]

After Election, Can Support For Bernie Spur Social Change?

By Arun Gupta, -

By Arun Gupta for TeleSur. Some call it a movement because Sanders volunteers are self-organizing to phone bank, canvas, leaflet, rally, and fundraise. That is not independent organizing, [...]

Popular Resistance Newsletter: Glimpses Of Our Power

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, -

The nationwide reaction to the grand jury decision in Ferguson and police killings across the country taught the social justice movement an important lesson: The people have the power to shut [...]

An Aussie’s Reflections On Occupy NATGAT 2014

By Katharine Dawn, -

NATGAT 2014 was my first Direct Experience of the movement and the Heroes and Sheroes that are dedicatedly keeping this highly significant socio-political evolutionary process ALIVE. My dear [...]

World Bankers Expect Protests Are Coming

By Andrew Gavin Marshall, -

These two groups – financial institutions and the consultants that advise them – play key roles in the spread of institutionalized corporate and financial power, and as such, warnings from these [...]

The Ebb And Flow Of Social Movements

By David Rovics, -

I'm at the annual conference of the northwest branch of the Fellowship of Reconciliation as I write. I've done a few songs so far, and have been very well-received. It's an easy audience for [...]

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