The {Red Pepper} blogosphere

Can't get enough of {Red Pepper} contributors in the magazine or on the rest of the website? Then welcome to the {Red Pepper} blogosphere.

September 21, 2007 · 1 min read

Here you’ll find regular blogs from the Red Pepper editors, contributors and a range of other writers with fresh and original takes on politics and much else besides.

We’ll be adding a number of new bloggers over the coming months, including specialist correspondents covering particular subjects and parts of the world. So do check back regularly. And do let us – and our bloggers – know what you think.

You can find our bloggers here:


An illustration featuring French Black Lives Matter activist Assa Traoré

Liberté, égalité, anti-racisme

Anti-racist movements in France are challenging both the state and the traditional left, writes Selma Oumari

Photo: Tyrell Willock

The racist roots and reality of school segregation

As education becomes increasingly authoritarian, the battle against racist educational enclosure policies is one the left cannot afford to lose, argues Jessica Perera

Greenwash

Alethea Warrington describes how the fossil fuels industry hopes to change its image but not its practice


Frontline workers and Covid-19: a carer’s account

Ndella Diouf Paye writes about her experiences working as a carer for a private company

The state of things to come

Politicians, the state, and the market have failed to come to terms with Covid-19. Can 'people power' navigate a way out of the crisis? K Biswas introduces the TNI Covid Capitalism Report

Pints, patriotism and precarity

Oli Carter-Esdale explores the weaponisation of the pint and asks: where next for the hospitality sector?

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