“I can only connect deeply, or not at all” — Anaïs Nin
Death and the Midden The swamp was cypress forest within your parents’ lifetime; it will be open water within yours..
Rebels Wanna Rebel Meet No Lite, the Atlanta-based underground collective throwing wild parties in abandoned buildings.
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Writing from an occupied building in Madrid, Lotta Meri Pirita Tenhunen shares her account of the daily weavings of collective autonomy that makes up Spain’s housing rights movement Plataforma de Afectados por la Hipoteca, or PAH.
Replacing racist judges with algorithm-driven Risk Assessment Tools doesn’t change the racial bias of bail decisions, however “objective” or “neutral” their advocates claim these data tools to be. To understand why, you have to consider the history and stubborn persistence of racism in our culture.
In Carceral Capitalism, Jackie Wang explains why neoliberal policy is responsible for both predatory policing and mass-incarceration.
In late capitalism, economic relationships become emotional, while market models permeate intimate relationships. At the juncture of this paradox, Alice Blackhurst finds herself trying to beak up with her life coach.
Around the world, people are repurposing inexpensive routers and antennas to take back the internet from the greedy control of telecoms.
Contemporary solidarity organizing with Palestine should emphasize the ways worker conditions are connected to colonialism and mass-incarceration, and the mutual benefits of linking different struggles across race, class, religion, and nationality.
Double Up: A Winter Informal brought to you by New York City’s skate and culture crews Brujas and Gang Corp
Overlaying large-scale world tragedy with the minutiae of everyday life, Ali Smith’s new novel Winter conjures the emotional feat of remaining sensitive.
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