From Routledge. Edited by Richard Westra, Robert Albritton, Seongjin Jeong In this age of overlapping and mutually reinforcing deep global crises (global warming, mass migrations, militarism, inequality, selfish nation-states, etc.) there needs to be more realistic dialogue about radical alternatives to the status quo. Most literature produced heretofore has focused on the surface causes of … More New Book: Varieties of Alternative Economic Systems – Practical Utopias for an Age of Global Crisis and Austerity
The following petition is being circulated by students and faculty across the country. Please sign and circulate this nationwide call. The original text of the petition is below: The following pledge is being circulated by students, staff, faculty, and administrators across the United States. In the face of a climate of increasing bigotry and violence, … More Academics and Students Call for a Nationwide University Shut Down on May Day
Professor Stephanie Seguino of the University of Vermont describes how inequality between men and women has driven economic growth, arguing that pursuing equality while growing the economy requires reframing social spending as a form of investment.
Richard Seymour is a writer, scholar, journalist, broadcaster, and political activist. Born in Northern Ireland and now living in London, he has become a leading voice on the left. An exceptional writer, his prose is both elegant and accessible to a mass audience. His blog, Lenin’s Tomb, is a consistent source of thoughtful analysis and … More ‘Mourning and Militancy’ Richard Seymour interviewed by Michael D. Yates
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New report documents emerging solidarity economy movement in lower income communities of color [Download Solidarity Rising Report] A solidarity economy movement is emerging from lower-income communities of color in Massachusetts. This movement aspires to transform capitalism—as we know it—into a world rooted in values of democracy, justice, and sustainability. These…
March is Women’s History Month, and March 8th is International Working Women’s Day. This year, women all over the world will demonstrate, strike, and continue to organize to highlight the struggles of women around the world. In solidarity, Haymarket Books offers a reading guide for those looking for the history, politics, and inspiration, to learn … More Women’s Liberation reading guide from Haymarket Books
Haymarket Books offers a reading guide for those looking for the history, politics, and inspiration for the many struggles to come: Hope in the Dark: Untold Histories, Wild Possibilities By Rebecca Solnit Demand the Impossible! By Bill Ayers From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation By Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor Freedom is a Constant Struggle: Ferguson, Palestine, and the Foundations of a Movement … More Haymarket Books Resistance Reading List