For Deliverance: A Letter on Roe
It is an act of love, of caritas, to reject the unjust undoing of Roe and to continue to help our neighbors who need access to abortions.
Labor Ecologies and the Right to Survive
In partnership with The Activist History Review, Green Theory and Praxis invites contributions for Volume 14, Issue 2 that explore how we seize the right to survive for one another and in solidarity with our global community.
Confronting the Whiteness in Black Girls’ Criminalization
Our schools criminalize Black children. We don’t just need lessons acknowledging racism. We need to create an antiracist education system.
Call For Contributors: Critique, Revolution, and Liberation in Film
For our Spring 2022 issue, The Activist History Review invites essays that consider how film—spanning genres from documentary and drama to comedy, science fiction, and fantasy—can help us critique systems of oppression and imagine egalitarian alternatives.
Practicing Antiracism: Being Accountable to Each Other in Academia and Beyond
What can instructors do right now to advance the cause of Black liberation?
White Malice and the Racist Plunder of U.S. Empire
How American racism, capitalism, and imperialism led the U.S. to sabotage African democracies.
Zombies: Simone Weil on State Violence
As arbiters and vehicles of violence, States turn even their own citizens into these living corpses while their political leaders harm communities they see as things for their own financial and political gain.
Teaching Colonization and Decolonization During the “CRT” Panic
We have the tools we need to teach anticolonial history. The anti-“CRT” erasure movement shows why we must.
Book Review: Radical Documentary and Global Crisis
Radical Documentary and Global Crisis feels both like a much-needed acknowledgment of the significant work so many activist filmmakers have put forth in the modern age and at the same time, a call for more activist, “radical” filmmaking in the years to come.
Whitewashing and Power: Conservatives (En)Forcing Erasures and Censorship
White conservatives would rather burn our history than admit their place in it. That’s why we need “CRT” now more than ever.