We need to decolonise museums
23 May 2019
Decolonising the museum is a pathway to decolonising society. We must start by providing more honest accounts of our past, says Subhadra Das
You can’t kill the spirit
22 May 2019
A new book tells the story of the women who set up a pit camp to defend Houghton Main colliery against closure in 1992. It has been written by participants from Houghton and Sheffield Women Against Pit Closures: Caroline, Flis, Debbie and Marilyn
Life behind bars at Yarl’s Wood
21 May 2019
‘Voke’, a refugee from sexual violence in West Africa, describes her incarceration at the Yarl’s Wood detention centre
Scientists against the machine
17 May 2019
Jane Shallice examines the history of radical research at the British Society for Social Responsibility in Science
A state of terror
16 April 2019
The Nicaraguan state has led a brutal crackdown on anti-government protests. Activist Sara Henríquez speaks to Red Pepper about how feminists have been at the forefront of the resistance.
Mind the age gap
8 April 2019
Since the financial crisis, a huge generational divide has opened up in politics, displacing class as predictor of voting behaviour. But Keir Milburn, author of Generation Left, argues that a left politics of the commons is well placed to bridge this divide.
The whitewashing of austerity Britain
26 March 2019
Women of colour are radical agents for social change but are too often erased from
the public profile of anti-cuts activism, write Akwugo Emejulu and Leah Bassel.
The global networks of neofascism
15 February 2019
Phil Hearse explores the worldwide allegiances which bind rising fascist movements across the world into a coordinated force.
Fast food fighters
29 January 2019
The bakers’ union president Ian Hodson spoke to Red Pepper about the new forms of organising that have enabled the union, founded in 1847, to begin to grow again.
The Red Pepper guide to Brexit
14 January 2019
From trade to migration, from Labour's hopes to Theresa May's despair, we bring you the best coverage to cut through the chaos and confusion.
8 January 2019
What next for the Extinction Rebellion movement? Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik writes that we need to shake up the economic and political systems driving the climate crisis.
5 December 2018
A surprise summer hit in the US, Sorry to Bother You has come to the UK. M. Matsemela-Ali Odom situates the film in black revolutionary cultural tradition.
Reform and Revolution
4 December 2018
‘Towards a Socialist Strategy of Reforms’, André Gorz makes the case for a strategy of reforms that specifically attack the logic of capital accumulation.
What’s left in Latin America?
30 October 2018
Once swept by a 'pink tide', the continent is now seeing the rise of authoritarian politics. What lessons are to be learnt from the varied left experiences? By Jenny Pearce
11 October 2018
Aron Keller talks to Asad Haider about race, class and the fight for social justice in Trump's America.
Against modern football
9 October 2018
Andrew Hodges looks at fan activism and organising in the home of World Cup finalists Croatia – a powerful, politicised and unpredictable movement that sees the left locked in constant battle with the far right.
The power of collective joy
1 October 2018
In a world of isolation and a left which tends towards despondency, collective joy is our weapon against neoliberalism. Sam Swann reflects on The World Transformed 2018
Educate, agitate, organise
26 September 2018
Jane Holgate and John Page on a new approach to political education - and its radical potential.