Capitalism

Morbid Symptoms: Conclusions

This is the last in our series of posts about the Trump regime. Part one can be found here, and part two is here. We have argued that Trump’s election represents a deepening impasse in neoliberalism, and...

Why Do We Oppose the G20? What Do We Want Instead?

Some organizations are protesting at the G20 summit in Hamburg to express opposition to specific G20 policies: the ongoing colonial exploitation of Africa, government pandering to profiteering financial institutions, rampant environmental destruction hastening climate...

Taking Back Pride: Philly Report Back

"As of mid-June 2017, thirteen black and brown trans women have been murdered this year." While LGBTQ Pride began as a riot lead by black and brown trans women, today's Pride celebrations do nothing to...

#Flint to #GrenfellTower: The Elite Only Want to ‘Manage the Disaster’

Last Friday, thousands of people flooded into the streets of London to protest government cause and response to the recent fire which engulfed the Grenfell Tower, home to hundreds of working-class residents in an...

Not Climate Agreement, But Climate Revolt

The world awoke to the news on Thursday that President Donald Trump announced his intention to withdraw the United States from the COP 21/Paris Climate Accords. Environmentalists and the environmentally-conscious everywhere are reacting with horror...

Incomes & Outcomes

In Donald Trump’s first months in office we have seen unprecedented resistance from all directions. Anti-authoritarians have been joined by many unexpected allies in opposing the least popular U.S. President of all time, ranging...

Bernie’s New Minimum Wage Bill Leaves Workers a Decade Behind

A new wage bill by Bernie Sanders, which proposes to raise minimum wage to $15 by 2024, raises important questions on movements and the Democratic Party. By Duane Wright When leftists like myself tell progressives that...

Striking Haitian Garment Workers Call for Solidarity

There is a media blackout on this issue, so you may not have heard, but garment workers across Haiti have been striking and demonstrating to demand: A minimum wage adjustment from 350 Gourdes ($5.50...

Why the Far-Right Hates Freedom & Loves Bullshit

For many of us, it feels like we are sliding back into a feudal system. Wages have stagnated since the 1970s, when financialization and deregulation began a process of what we now call neoliberal economics,...

The Rebel! Rebuild! Rewild! Report for 2016

As we roll into our fourth year, Rebel! Rebuild! Rewild! keeps gaining momentum. Our collective, for which Earth First! was a primary inspiration, began with the aim of bringing a culture of revolutionary ecology...