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18.02.2021

How Anthropology Can Change the Future

How Anthropology Can Change the Future

By Rebecca Diers – SUNY Cortland Before going to college, I had never been exposed to anthropology in all my years of prior education. As I began to take courses in it, I was shocked that this wasn’t a more widespread discipline. While anthropology by definition is the study of… »

10.02.2021

ASPBAE Statement of solidarity with its members and the people of Myanmar

ASPBAE Statement of solidarity with its members and the people of Myanmar

The Asia South Pacific Association for Basic and Adult Education (ASPBAE) stands in solidarity with its members in Myanmar, the Thinking Classroom Foundation and Equality Myanmar, in their resistance to and condemnation of the coup d’etat staged by the Myanmar military on 1 February 2021 which deposed the country’s democratically-elected… »

06.02.2021

Javier Tolcachier: Alternative communication from Pressenza’s experience

Javier Tolcachier: Alternative communication from Pressenza’s experience

Within the framework of the Cycle of Debates on Alternative Communication, Pressenza editor, Javier Tolcachier, spoke this Thursday about the agency’s communication experience. These seminars on critical education and against neoliberalism in education are organised by the International Research Centre – Other Voices in Education (CII-OVE) in alliance with the… »

31.01.2021

How the Community Helps Sustain Portland’s Ongoing Black Lives Matter Protests

How the Community Helps Sustain Portland’s Ongoing Black Lives Matter Protests

Portlanders have been protesting everyday since May. Community mutual aid ‘blocs’ support BIPOC activists with everything from groceries to haircuts to tattoos. By April M. Short At any given Black Lives Matter (BLM) event in Portland, you might encounter what looks like a farmers market stand, with woven baskets full… »

31.01.2021

Rosa Parks and Equal Rights

Rosa Parks and Equal Rights

by Sally Dugman Rosa Parks learned to stand her ground for which she was hauled off to jail. This incident wasn’t the first time, nor the last time, that an Afro-American would be incarcerated for an act of civil disobedience. Her arrest was due to… »

28.01.2021

January 6, 2021

January 6, 2021

In the past few months, I have written 13 articles on social issues that have arisen from what I call the culture of the “White-West.” Then, January 6th happened. The Hill published an article a few days later titled “Pelosi says rioters chose their ‘whiteness’ over democracy,” and… »

27.01.2021

Basic Income at the WSF: “Ensuring subsistence is the material basis for our liberation”.

Basic Income at the WSF: “Ensuring subsistence is the material basis for our liberation”.

Within the World Social Forum 2021, a panel took place on 25 January with the title RBUI, gaining freedom by ensuring subsistence. The speakers were Eduardo Suplicy, Sergio Mesquita and the author of the paper reproduced below, Juana Pérez Montero. The slogan of the Forum Another world is… »

22.01.2021

Martin Luther King’s vision of an interconnected world is more relevant than ever

Martin Luther King’s vision of an interconnected world is more relevant than ever

One of King’s last and most overlooked writings, The World House, offers insight into what he’d advise after the Capitol attack. Arthur Romano We are facing converging global crises — a horrific pandemic, worsening economic inequality both in the United States and globally, climate… »

20.01.2021

Statement on the entry into force of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) and the 75th anniversary of Resolution 1 of the UN Security Council

Statement on the entry into force of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) and the 75th anniversary of Resolution 1 of the UN Security Council

We are facing “the beginning of the elimination of nuclear weapons.” On January 22, the Treaty of the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) will enter into force. It will specifically prohibit States Parties from developing, testing, producing, manufacturing, acquiring, possessing, deploying, using or threatening to use nuclear weapons and assisting… »

19.01.2021

Progressives Push Back as Trump, Pentagon, and ICE ‘Hijack’ MLK’s Message

Progressives Push Back as Trump, Pentagon, and ICE ‘Hijack’ MLK’s Message

“Dr. King was an anti-war, anti-capitalist justice seeker who rejected poverty, racism, militarism, and the death penalty,” Rep. Ayanna Pressley reminded those who would co-opt the slain human rights leader’s words. By Brett Wilkins Progressives are pushing back against President Donald Trump and federal agencies including U.S. Immigration and Customs… »

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