Revolutionary Voices

We live in an age in which the ideas and practices of neoliberalism and neoconservatism – and some would say fascism – penetrate every aspect of our lives. This page is a collection – or montage – of revolutionary voices that help us to understand and respond to the many interconnected problems and injustices that we face. Viva la revolución!

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LEST WE FORGET: Known as “The Iron Lady,” Margaret Thatcher is remembered as a strong woman and a champion of free-market capitalism by her admirers. By her critics she is remembered as a leader who denounced Nelson Mandela as a “terrorist,” who used the police to attack trade unionists and black communities alike while remaining a steadfast political friend of brutal tyrants like Augusto Pinochet, Saddam Hussein and Indonesian dictator General Suharto, and who led Great Britain into an unnecessary war with Argentina in 1982. As Seumas Milne wrote in The Guardian last year, “across Britain Thatcher is still hated for the damage she inflicted – and for her political legacy of rampant inequality and greed, privatisation and social breakdown.”

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We especially welcome work from students and community activists!

***All creative work undergoes a constructive peer-review process by members of the social and global justice collective.

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