Fanon and (Digital) Self-Determination

Lizzie O’Shea Fanon was committed to the idea of self-determination. How can his thinking influence our fight for digital self-determination? An excerpt from Future Histories by Lizzie O’Shea. Future Histories: What Ada Lovelace, Tom Paine, and the Paris Commune Can Teach Us about Digital Technology  Fanon wrote about seeing himself, a black man, in a world…

The Anti Nazi League and its Lessons for Today

Paul Holborow The Anti Nazi League and the mass movement it generated in the late 1970s is one of the great achievements of the revolutionary left in post-war Britain. The experience is particularly important today with the growth of the far right internationally. Paul Holborow, organising secretary of the Anti Nazi League in 1977-1980, and…

Che and Cuban Solidarity in Africa

Tortilla Con Sal CollectiveThe most original and radical thing about the Cuban revolution has been its unconditional human and revolutionary solidarity. In the field of international relations, it was the international recognition of that commitment that frustrated the attempts of the United States and its allies to isolate Cuba from the rest of the world….

Guevara in the Reflections of Anastás Mikoyán

Ernesto Che Guevera with Anastás Mikoyán, first vice-president of the Council of Ministers of the USSR. Excerpt from the book “Anatomy of the Caribbean Crisis” by Sergo Mikoyán, Chapter XIV, “Che Guevara”. Fragments of an interview with journalist I.R. Grigulievich granted by Anastás Mikoyán, a few months before his death. You were able to meet…

“Who’s Land?” The Trials and Tribulations of Territorial Acknowledgement

Rowland “Ena͞emaehkiw” Keshena Robinson During the autumn of 2016, in October, my sister and I, both of us Indigenous Ph.D. students in philosophy and sociology respectively, attended a conference held at St. Paul’s University College, an affiliate of the University of Waterloo, in Ontario, entitled Decolonizing Education/Integrating Knowledges. The summit was part of a broader…