Volume 25, no. 1

The Soil and the Worker

Spring 2022

Fear of a Black Planet: Archival Notes

“Living in the afterlife of slavery means living on the planetary afterlife of the plantation.” Attempting to elucidate the racial logic of environmental crises, Justin Davis traced his own ancestry and provided historiographic accounts of...

National Liberation and Sovereign Technology

Following the line of revolutionary thought from Mao, Fanon, and Cabral, Slaheddine El-Amami saw science and technology as key to national liberation: not only delinking from imperialist control of production, but ecological development...

Sumud and Sovereignty

UAWC works to empower Palestinian farmers, reinforce their steadfastness (sumud) on the land, and to achieve food sovereignty. They are recently targeted by Israeli occupation and Zionist forces in the West.

Heading for the Last Roundup

Monsanto and Bayer, with tacit support from the scientific establishment, continue to ignore the serious hazard of glyphosate, the active ingredient of the Roundup weedkiller. The left discourse on GMO and capitalist agriculture must not...

The Perennial Seeds of Zapata

The case of the Zapatistas is one of many Indigenous communities that are adamantly combating environmental degradation caused by the remnants of colonialism and the rise of neoliberalism. Their agricultural practices offer a lesson of...

Stories of Struggle and Strife

Mass farmer suicides in India driven by economic deprivation were examined through the stories of families trying to survive in the aftermath. However, Kota Neelima saw the widows as victims rather than revolutionary agents.

How to Build a Utopia

While missing in concrete strategy to build power, Half-Earth Socialism provides a utopian plan that invites readers to imagine how socialism would work to save humanity from ecological collapse.

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