Sharon Adetoro: How To Make The Movement More Inclusive? Do The Work!

By Staff, Resilience.org -

Who am I? That’s always a difficult question. So, I’m an Ex Teacher and now a Childminder and Tutor and mother to 3 very different and unique individuals. I live on the border of Oldham and [...]

Extinctions Rebellion: IR Rebellion Day 2

By Douglas, Rebellion.earth -

The sun may not have been shining quite so brightly in London today – it may have even rained a little – but by golly does the rebel soul still burn bright in the capital tonight! 48 hours into [...]

Symbiosis Is Different: Why This Revolutionary Network Could Change Anti-Capitalist Politics

By Matt Stannard, Occupy.com -

Sure, but all radical groups say that the system is the problem, right? So when Symbiosis – a coalition of grassroots organizations stretching from Jackson, Mississippi to Oaxaca, Mexico, and [...]

Get Up And Get Going: How To Form A Group

By Staff, Itsgoingdown.org -

Becoming radicalized in a small town by yourself, seemingly in the “middle of nowhere,” can often be one of the most difficult experiences you may ever encounter. But even harder than the feeling [...]

Why Activists Fail – OpEd

By Robert J. Burrowes, Eurasiareview.com -

Despite enormous ongoing effort over more than a thousand years, during and since the formation and shaping of the modern world, and as the number of issues being contested has steadily [...]

Colombian Military Attacks Popular Movements TWICE In Cauca

By Staff, Afgj.org -

There is a crisis happening right now in Cauca, Colombia. The Colombian Armed Forces have attacked a “minga” in the village of Cairo, municipality of Cajibío – twice in two days – and are still [...]

Power To The people!

Compiled by Winter Oak, Winteroak.org.uk -

Ever since November 17, from the smallest village in the countryside to the biggest city, we have been rising up against this profoundly violent, unfair and unbearable society. We are not going [...]

We Refuse To Stop Dreaming

By Vijay Prashad, Tricontinental Institute for Social Research -

For the first two days of March, our team met outside São Paulo (Brazil) at the Florestan Fernandes National School of the Movimento dos Trabalhadores Rurais Sem Terra (the Movement of Landless [...]

Extinction Rebellion

By Chris Hedges, Truthdig.com -

There is one desperate chance left to thwart the impending ecocide and extinction of the human species. We must, in wave after wave, carry out nonviolent acts of civil disobedience to shut down [...]

Social Movements Show Support To The Bolivarian Revolution

Several groups of artists, journalists, intellectuals and social groups from around Latin America have shown their support for Venezuela, its Bolivarian Government, and have rejected any [...]

Youth Movements Changing Tactics In The Face Of Climate Crisis

By Anny Martinez, Inequality.org -

Back in 2015, a group of youth warriors bravely filed a lawsuit against the federal government for failing to protect their right to life and liberty by willfully ignoring the dangers of climate [...]

Call For A Palestine Liberation Movement

By Judith Bello, Unac.notowar.net -

We are calling for signatures on the statement which is an attempt to create national and global public opinion specially among Palestinians, Arabs and international supporters about the genuine, [...]

Sunrise Movement Kicks Off Green New Deal Week Of Action

By Jake Johnson, Commondreams.org -

With more than 400 watch parties nationwide and over 2000 people RVSP'd as of this writing, Sunrise said the webinar livestream "is shaping up to be the biggest coordinated event" in the [...]

‘Valve Turners’ Shut Down Enbridge Oil Pipelines In Minnesota

By Staff, unicornriot.ninja -

Itasca County, Minnesota – Today four people calling themselves the “Four Necessity Valve turners” shut down Enbridge’s Line 3 and Line 4 tar sands oil pipelines in Minnesota citing “imminent and [...]

Rebel Cities 18: Eight Years After Jasmine Revolution, Jemna Is Tunisia’s Oasis Of Hope

By Steve Rushton, Occupy.com -

Eight years ago on Monday, Tunisia's dictator President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali fled the country as the people declared a revolution that ushered in the Arab Spring. The struggle for democracy [...]