Technology has been used for "evil" purposes under capitalism, but is it neutral otherwise? From Luddites of the 19th century to revolutionaries today, we must learn and see technology as inherently political.
Tag - imperialism
Natural disasters, authoritarianism, and privatization highlight the persistent influence of US imperialism on the Philippines.
Holleman’s Dust Bowls of Empire analyzes the dustbowlification of the land as the predictable consequence of settler capitalist economies.
Both Tanzania and Sweden have refused strict COVID-19 measures, yet the media narratives are vastly different.
Mwitikio wa kimataifa juu ya Tanzania kutokuchukua hatua zozote za kudhibiti janga la Ugonjwa wa Virusi vya Korona umekuwa ukipamba moto tangu Machi 2020.
In collaboration with The Nib, Max Easton and Lizy Nagy tell the story of the coup in Bolivia and its ties to natural resource extraction.
Three baskets by Eastern Band of Cherokee artist Shan Goshorn, woven from reproductions of manuscripts and photographs to meditate on the past, present, and future of Native people
The antique postcards pretend to show a more innocent, pre-crisis America. But Capitalism is baked into those old-timey pictures. We live -- and have lived from the beginning -- in an economic system that places profit above all other...
Science for the People’s “Science Under Occupation” issue (Spring 2020) included three articles translated from English into Spanish and one article translated from English into Arabic. The magazine is now accepting submissions in...
The internet shutdown that started in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) on August 5, 2019, and was eased only on January 15, 2020, is the longest internet shutdown ever in any democracy.