Inquiry

Recording the Complexity of Struggle: An Interview with the COLA Agitation Committee

Recording the Complexity of Struggle: An Interview with the COLA Agitation Committee

We were attempting to find other ways to exert pressure, formulate our positions, and establish contact with different strata of the university. The news sheets were an organizational mechanism, a bridge between the ebbs and flows of activity which exist even in the midst of a wildcat strike. We then began to recognize that producing propaganda was not only a communicative effort but also an endeavor of theoretical and practical self-clarification, especially as the strike itself gained more momentum.

Making the Network that Sustains Us Visible: Conversation with Rafaela Pimental of Territorio Doméstico, Madrid

Making the Network that Sustains Us Visible: Conversation with Rafaela Pimental of Territorio Doméstico, Madrid

Now there are compañeras who can speak, who can give a talk, who can talk about care work, about global care chains…This has emerged through our everyday practice. In Territorio Doméstico, we are all equals, we all have different knowledges and we share them, giving each other strength and supporting one another.

The Revolt of Living Labor: An Interview With Ferruccio Gambino

The Revolt of Living Labor: An Interview With Ferruccio Gambino

What even the repression in Italy could not cancel was how seriously the so-called “workerists” took the whole dimension of human activity. That was an aspect of what made the extraparliamentary left in Italy different. It already contained, at least in embryo, the claims about who has produced what, who commands what, and who destroys what.

Resisting Bolsonaro

Resisting Bolsonaro

Not even a year into the Bolsonaro experience, it is still early to try to map the country’s varied fronts of resistance. But what follows provides at least some initial elements, touching on education, political scandal, the labor movement, feminist and black liberation fronts, state repression, tactical and strategic debates on the Left, the overweening legacy of the PT, and the meaning of fires in the Amazon.

The Rebel Project of the Caravan: Solidarities and Setbacks

The Rebel Project of the Caravan: Solidarities and Setbacks

Few media accounts have bothered to understand or record the multiple organizational processes and dynamics that underwrite it as a powerful social movement. The diverse, entwined histories behind the caravan-form – assemblies and related tactics and strategies for cultivating solidarity – seem beyond the frame of most discussions.