March 2022


Review – Daring to Hope: My Life in the 1970s

30 March 2022 Feminist icon Sheila Rowbotham's memoir paints a dynamic picture of the 1970s trade union and feminist movements and as Lydia Hughes argues, there is much their modern counterparts can learn from them

An update from till two

28 March 2022 In ‘The view from till two’, published on the Red Pepper website in November 2020, retail worker Tillie described her experiences of the pandemic. Here, she reflects on two years dominated by Covid – and considers what lies ahead

Molly-Mae Hague and toxic ‘manifestation’ culture

22 March 2022 Molly-Mae Hague’s comments on 'hard work' reflect the dangerous notion of manifestation which has fuelled influencer culture, writes Hannah Walters

Laboratories of the extreme

20 March 2022 Jake Woodier speaks to Eyal Weizman about the political nature of architecture and its use in constructing truths and challenging power

Revolutionary threads in feminist art

18 March 2022 Siobhán McGuirk reports on textile arts used by feminist activists worldwide, from 1800 Paris factory workers to anti-capitalist 'yarnbombers' today

Building peaceful solidarities

15 March 2022 As Russia continues to wage war in Ukraine, CND's Kate Hudson tells Hilary Wainwright how the campaign is building grassroots links with the Russian peace movement

Putin, NATO, and the nuclear threat

14 March 2022 As Russia continues to wage war in Ukraine, Bruce Kent tells Hilary Wainwright about the culpability of NATO - and how different countries should be responding

Solidarity, sit-ins, and samosa packets: one artist activist’s journey

10 March 2022 Sofia Karim recalls how her uncle's arrest led her to create an online platform for artist activists to campaign against authoritarianism

Building feminist cities

8 March 2022 Patriarchal violence is built into our cities but, as Marion Roberts argues, urban designers from around the world are finding ways to unravel it

Collage including photos of Seferis and Theodorakis

A poet, a composer and an unlikely Greek protest song

6 March 2022 Mikis Theodorakis died in September last year, half a century after one of his most illustrious collaborators, the Nobel Prize-winning poet Giorgos Seferis. Eugenia Russell looks at the unlikely protest song that unites them

The Trojan Horse Affair highlights Prevent’s flaws

4 March 2022 The pushback against the podcast only further exposes institutional Islamophobia and the government's failed Prevent strategy, writes John Holmwood

The tech fightback: an interview with United Tech and Allied Workers (UTAW)

2 March 2022 Liam Kennedy speaks to John Chadfield and Eran Cohen of the new United Tech and Allied Workers (UTAW) branch about their plans for the sector, democratic workplaces and big tech’s pollution problem

Why we need to unite for peace and human rights across the old divides

1 March 2022 Dmitri Makarov and Mary Kaldor call for solidarity and dialogue between anti-war movements across the divides of the Cold War



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