The Migrant Connections Festival: solidarity needs meaningful relationships
On March 4 & 5 Bethnal Green will host a migrant-led festival fostering community and solidarity for people of all backgrounds, writes Sohail Jannesari

Intensification of state violence in the Kurdish provinces of Turkey
Oppression increases in the run up to Turkey’s constitutional referendum, writes Mehmet Ugur from Academics for Peace

Angry about the #MuslimBan? Here are 5 things to do
As well as protesting against Trump we have a lot of work to get on with here in the UK. Here's a list started by Platform

Don’t delay – ditch coal
Take action this month with the Coal Action Network. By Anne Harris

University should not be a debt factory
Sheldon Ridley spoke to students taking part in their first national demonstration.

A book review every day until Christmas at Red Pepper
Red Pepper will be publishing a new book review each day until Christmas

Mass civil disobedience in Sudan
A three-day general strike has brought Sudan to a stand still as people mobilise against the government and inequality. Jenny Nelson writes.

New Cross fights new wave of housing privatisation
Lewisham residents object to a new trend in local authority housing developments

Stand-off with prison profiteers at the Tower of London
Marienna Pope-Weidemann reports on disruption at the European Custody and Detention Summit

Reactions to the US election result
As news of a Trump victory sinks in, we share words of solidarity and calls to action from activists across the left in the UK.

Cartooning capitalism – a look back at American radicalism
Michael Mark Cohen revives political art of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, that remains equally relevant today

Event: the Art of Trade Unions
A free arts and culture event event in Bedford, hosted by The General Federation of Trade Unions on 6 December.

Nowhere to go: Sisters Uncut demand homes free from violence
South East London Sisters Uncut stormed Southwark Council’s quarterly cabinet to highlight the council’s failure to support domestic violence survivors. Emma Snaith reports

Return to Drax
Frances Howe challenges the validity of 'renewable energy' subsidies for biomass and introduces a new wave of action against Drax power station

Vacancy: new section editor
Join the Red Pepper team to write and commission content on racism and xenophobia.

Welcome to Liverpool – a heartland of the rebel cause
Thousands of activists will arrive in Liverpool this month for the Labour Party Conference and its fringe events. Jenny Nelson recommends places to visit and introduces the local political scene

Housing and land activists to join forces
In the run up to a November event Robin Grey makes the case for urban and rural communities to work together to tackle land rights, ownership and usage

The Train Gate story is a product of desperation
Alex Richardson-Price observes the pressing need for a character assassination, by any means necessary, of Jeremy Corbyn.

A round-up of good news from campaigns
A lot of recent news has been deeply troubling, from the post-Brexit fallout to the rise of Trump; we won't list the reasons you have to feel depressed. Instead, here are some snippets of good news from people-powered campaigns across the UK and beyond 

Brighton & Hove Labour: I saw no evidence of threats or intimidation, not even rudeness
Professor Mario Novelli attended a controversial Brighton and Hove Constituency Labour Party AGM and explains why he backs Jeremy Corbyn for Labour Leader

Ten things you can do to combat racism and xenophobia
#PostReferendumRacism has exposed the racist and xenophobic belly of Britain. Luckily, there is a lot that you can do. Siobhan McGuirk has gathered 10 suggestions, feel free to add your own below.

Can I vote in the Labour leadership campaign?
The rules have been changing rapidly, complete this short survey to find out whether you're eligible to vote and find out how to do it

The ‘new colonialism’: Rio Tinto in Madagascar
As its wealth is seized by foreign interests, Africa is facing a colonial invasion in many ways as devastating as the one it suffered in the nineteenth century. Ross Hemingway reports.

Event: Black Words Matter
Join us to explore media justice with Gary Younge, Shake! and Numbi Arts, on Tuesday 19 July at Rich Mix in London

7 reasons why Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership is a success story
Simon Hardy gives the facts about Corbyn's victories so far that you won't read in the rest of the press

New film: Kettling of the Voices
A new film by Chester Yang uncovers the suppression of student protests in the 2010 uprising against tuition fees

Rolling blockade at Burghfield nuclear weapons factory
Theo Simon writes from one of the longest continuous blockades of a nuclear weapons base

We remember what Europe looked like before the EU
Sirio Canós Donnay explains why countries that have suffered the most at the hands of the Troika, like Greece and Spain, are also the most pro-European

Public event: Brazil’s crisis – what does it mean for the global left?
Red Pepper, the Latin American Bureau and Practical Action Publishing host an evening of discussion on the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff and the future of the left in Brazil

Shake out your pockets for Shake!
Help reinvigorate and strengthen UK grassroots social justice movements by sending young black and brown activists to a crucial training conference in Detroit