Clandestine Progress

Clandestine Progress

In the discourse of “slavery,” the textile workshops and their thousands of migrant workers are a sort of black hole where another type of humanity is concentrated, one that is never fully recognized as such, other than under the idea of complete foreignness.

The Revolutionary Task of Self-Activity: A Note on Grace Lee Boggs

The Revolutionary Task of Self-Activity: A Note on Grace Lee Boggs

Because of her political longevity, Grace Lee Boggs leaves as a legacy a corpus of ideas and revolutionary practices linked to the shifting dynamics and cycles that mark the history of capitalism in the United States. She was an example of a life dedicated to the movement, informed by a spirit of solidarity, and attuned to the pressing issues of the period.