In his engaging new memoir, Francesco Da Vinci chronicles a young man’s principled encounters with the war system in which he refused to participate.
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27 years after the Zapatista uprising in Mexico, Indigenous land defenders are still fighting for justice and autonomy — even if it means risking their lives.
Police and military tactical knowledge is shared across both states and sectors, making transnational resistance a necessary strategy.
Tired of violence and living in poverty, protests sparked by a tax reform bill have morphed into calls for deep systemic change in Colombia.
Formal recognition of the Armenian Genocide by the Biden administration is key to stopping widespread disinformation and a step toward reparation.
Decolonizing our view of American borders is necessary to achieving justice and ultimately healing on Turtle Island and across Abya Yala.
Collaboration between activists for independence in India and those against segregation in the United States brought revolutionary nonviolence stateside.
Connecting the dots between border policy and imperialism will help us strategize to end crimes against humanity.
Nation-states will likely be with us for some time, but there are ways in which the damage of national borders in South Asia can be reduced.