Skip to main content

Tomorrow's World, Today

Collective 20 Collective 20
COVID-19, and before Covid everything else, has raised a question that is now percolating, and even reverberating. And then came a white knee crushing a Black neck. A dream so long deferred suddenly exploded in city after city. What's next?

Black America: Beyond 1968 This Time

Max Elbaum Organizing Upgrade
NYPD at recent demonstrations Loot the labor and very being of people of African descent. When they rise in response, resist, and give as little as possible. Then wait for things to “calm down” and take back as much as possible.

Interview: Collective Action for Safe Spaces (CASS)

The Next System Project The Next System Project
Here at The Next System Project, we’ve been exploring the connections between space, violence, and gender inequities, looking both at the spaces of the built environment and the way social practices structure those spaces. Part of that exploration is talking to organizers like Jessica Raven, Executive Director of Collective Action for Safe Spaces (CASS)—read our quick conversation below!

Towards Gender Liberation

Cecilia Gingerich The Next System Project
The following working paper focuses on gender-based oppression, since it is both one of the fundamental characteristics of the current system and one that must be eliminated from any desirable alternative future system.

Women's emancipation and human rights: "Can These Bones Live?"

Meredith Tax 50.50
Is the human rights movement just a couple of big Northern organisations? The emancipation of women has to be one of the big all time human rights issues, but Meredith Tax says experts still think they can answer these questions without taking women's human rights work into account
Subscribe to gender justice