On this day in 1999, the global carnival against capital (J18) took place with anti-capitalist protests and demonstrations across the world. The demonstrations were timed to coincide with the start of the G8 summit in Cologne, Germany.
J18 brought together a diverse range of protest groups and individuals with global capital the common enemy. Under the slogan ‘Let the resistance be as transnational as capital’, financial districts in some 43 countries were targeted.
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Gerry Hart speaks to Simon Barr of Dawn Ray'd about black metal, its relationship with the far right and its radical potential
Bliss Cua Lim looks at how the female ghost subgenre illuminates efforts to globalise ‘Asian horror’
David J. Lobina rediscovers a forgotten but fascinating figure in London’s radical and Jewish history
Sabrina Huck argues that a generational shift away from the Conservative Party can’t be taken for granted
Tina Ngata explains the social and legal legacies of a 15th-century Christian principle that paved the way for imperial violence in, and far beyond, New Zealand
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