The Red Nation red power fist (source: The Red Nation) It is an exciting time to be in solidarity with revolutionary Black, Indigenous, and Peoples of Color from around the world! This was especially palpable during the weekend of The Red Nation’s 2019 Native Liberation Conference (NLC) which took place September 7-8 in so-called Gallup, New Mexico (Diné and Zuni lands). Two … [Read more...] about Anti-Imperialism and Solidarity with the Global South: Reportback from The Red Nation’s Native Liberation Conference 2019.
Potere Operaio (Workers' Power) demonstrating in the streets of Italy in the 1970s Our time is one of significant political crisis. The façade of the neoliberal consensus manufactured by the imperialist ruling class has shattered and through the cracks has poured a renewed interest in left politics, both reformist and revolutionary. This renewed interest has helped to … [Read more...] about Create Two, Three, Many Parties of Autonomy!
"Climate change protesters march in Paris streets, 2019" by Jeanne Menjoulet Introduction We have just passed the second anniversary of one of the most destructive hurricanes Houston and the state of Texas have ever experienced. What transpired in Houston in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey is a microcosm of national and international dynamics. Harvey is a symbol of … [Read more...] about When Flood Waters Run Dry: Hurricane Harvey, Climate Change & Social Reproduction
The Regeneration Editorial team recently sat down with professor, author, and organizer Nick Estes to discuss his recent book, Our History is the Future. Nick Estes is an Assistant Professor at the University of New Mexico, a citizen of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe, and a co-founder of the Red Nation. This wide ranging interview examines not only the long history of indigenous … [Read more...] about “The History of Indigenous People is of Anti-Capitalist Resistance”: An Interview With Nick Estes
One of the most surprising things about teaching Shakespeare to intellectually disabled teenagers is how easy it is. It takes practice and patience, but once you understand what it actually means to teach Shakespeare, you can get those ninth graders arguing about Julius Caesar or A Midsummer Night’s Dream or pretty much any complex text as if it were the most interesting thing … [Read more...] about What Does an Inclusive Study Group Look Like?