Monthly Archive: October 2017

Revolution: Past-Present-Future

(October 11, 2017) The Anarres Project for Alternative Futures announces a new series for Fall, marking the hundred year anniversary of revolutionary social change in Russia.  We will be hosting several events that seeks to understand the dynamics of social upheaval and political transformation.  We also want to know what we can learn today about revolutions from the past in…
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We Know the Truth: Milo and Breitbart are Platforms for Fascism

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By Alexander Reid Ross (October 9, 2017) A journalist who interviewed me recently asked if the recent revelations regarding Milo and Breitbart angered me. I find it difficult to imagine how I could be further angered by the present situation. Of course it’s maddening, but anyone who spent more than 60 seconds clicking into Breitbart for the past five years…
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“Terrorism” Is About Race in the US

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By Teka Lark (October 4, 2017) The problem with the conversation in regards to what is and what is not terrorism is that, in the US, people don’t get that our definition of terrorism has little to do with political ideology and has 100% to do with not being a white person born in the US. Maybe in other parts…
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The Left Should Be at the Forefront of Banning Gun Ownership

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By Arun Gupta (October 3, 2017) I wrote this four years ago about the left’s relationship to violence and guns. It’s more relevant than ever. Leftists who think getting armed is a political strategy need to get over their love affair with violence. Now, in these increasingly dangerous times, there may be specific instances where guns are a reluctant necessity….
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Trump Warns Puerto Ricans that Colonialism Will Continue

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By Ana Castillo (October 3, 2017) “We will not rest, however, until the people of Puerto Rico are safe. …and we will be there every day until that happens,” he said. A few days later, the Narcissist blasted: “… Such poor leadership ability by the Mayor of San Juan, and others in Puerto Rico, who are not able to get…
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