Join us to celebrate the launch of UPPING THE ANTI number eight!
Panel Discussion: Algonquins Defend the Forest
Norman Matchewan, Barriere Lake Community Spokesperson
Martin Lukacs, Barriere Lake Solidarity Montreal
Matt Krisjanson, Indigenous Peoples Solidarity Movement Ottawa
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[[[ IN THIS ISSUE ]]]
Upping the Anti number eight includes:
- Interviews with David McNally, Sam Gindin,
and Leo Panitch on the economic crisis
- Interview with Deborah Gould on the legacy
of ACT UP
- Interview with Helen Hudson on building
- John Clarke on anti-poverty organizing
during the economic crisis
- Shourideh Molavi on Palestine solidarity
organizing after the assault on Gaza
- Shiri Pasternak on the struggle at
- Roundtable with members of the Student
Liberation Action Movement (SLAM)
- Roundtable on activist study groups
[[[ WHO WE ARE ]]]
UPPING THE ANTI: A JOURNAL OF THEORY AND ACTION is a radical journal
published twice a year by a pan-Canadian collective of activists and
We are dedicated to publishing radical theory and analysis about struggles against capitalism,
imperialism, and all forms of oppression.
In our first seven issues, we've published articles by and interviews with renowned activists and
intellectuals, including Aijaz Ahmad, Himani Bannerji, Grace Lee Boggs, Ward Churchill, Michael Hardt, John Holloway, Sunera Thobani, and many more.
In every issue, activists and organizers reflect on the state of contemporary organizing in Canada and beyond. We publish theoretical and critical articles, interviews and roundtables. UPPING THE ANTI also includes a book review section where activists assess new writing on the Left.
For more information please e-mail [email protected]
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