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On the reactionary developments around immigration at the EU-Turkey border

By Antithesi 16 March 2020

When the government of Turkey decided in the beginning of March to encourage immigrants to cross the borders in Evros, the reaction of the Greek government was to militarize border control, to open fire, injure and kill immigrants and to suspend asylum applications. At the same time, it gave free reign to fascist vigilante groups to engage in attacks...

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SF State Strike Commemoration

By Joy Magezis 7 March 2020

On Tuesday 3rd March, the poet, veteran activist and former student radical Joy Magezis joined strikers on the Royal College of Art picket in Batterse...

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Four Fights

By Art Workers 5 March 2020

On 20 February, art school workers across Britain began an unprecedented fourteen days of strike action.The number of strike days is escalating each w...

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Resisting Coronavirus

By Andy Climacus 26 February 2020

On the politics of the pandemic and organising to protect those most vulnerable  I know my left wing friends don't want to talk about coronavi...

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‘History Is No Longer On Our Side’: An Interview with Jérôme Baschet

By ACTA 23 January 2020

Interview conducted on September 12, 2019 by ACTA, on the occasion of the publication of Baschet’s new book on the Gilets Jaunes uprising, Une Juste...

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A Worker Informs a Lord on the Subject of the Guillotine

By Tom Allen (after Heinrich Heine) 5 August 2019

A Worker Informs a Lord on the Subject of the Guillotine Adapted from Heinrich Heine, Wintermärchen. 1844.     “King Louis th...

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Towards an Apotropaic Avant-Garde

By Daniel Spaulding 14 February 2019

This review of T.J. Clark’s 2013 book Picasso and Truth: From Cubism to Guernica first appeared on the website The Claudius App in 2014. It is repub...

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The inconvenient Muslim: An evening to launch Homegrown

By mute 1 March 2017

“Muslims are only ever the object in an endless national conversation around Islam, rarely invited to define their own narratives. Homegrown ...

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