A re-reading of the news through an anarchist lens
In conversation with KAAX, the group mobilising against xenophobic hate
The struggle of making a home away from home in Amsterdam
On photography, the Home Office and the freeing representation from colonialism
The threat to refugees and people seeking asylum and the importance of migrant justice groups fighting back against growing right wing hostility
Why one group of scholar-activists is dedicating itself to the study of precarious housing
In conversation with filmmaker Saoud Khalaf about colonialism, diasporic identity and setting the story straight through film.
In this week's news we saw Canada calling out the United States for being awful to immigrants, Joe Biden pretending to care about people in prison for marijuana possession, Colorado running out of water and two Indigenous women being elected to the Brazilian congress.
This week we saw governors of Texas and Florida trafficking people seeking asylum to DC and Martha’s Vineyard, a racist school district in Illinois, the Chilean president snubbing the Israeli ambassador, and Patagonia’s founder giving his company away
A Conversation with my Friend Sameer Qumsiyeh on his documentary Walled Citizen, Palestine and a Call for Humanity