In response to the Ontario government’s massive cuts to education, including attacks on student representation and access for low income students, the Canadian Federation of Students have voted to mobilize and prepare for a General Strike.Continue reading Dear #Ontario, It’s Your Turn!
Swedish territory: Statement about the ongoing dock conflict by Uppsala Autonomous Students .Continue reading A comment to the ongoing dock conflict by #Uppsala Autonomous Students
Now more than ever, universities are in a state of crisis. American students are facing down gruesome levels of debt profiteering and escalating right-wing attacks against public higher ed — and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.Continue reading #Macron Must Go: #YellowVests Lessons for Student Organizers Across Turtle Island
On December 10 a court on the UK territory convicted the Stansted 15 activists, who stopped a government deportation flight from taking off in March last year, guilty of breaching terror laws. Comrades in Minneapolis showed their solidarity.Continue reading Solidarity with the #Stansted15 from #Minneapolis
Colombia: Statement from November 23, 2018, by Juventud Rebelde Colombia.
We (Black Rose Anarchist Federation) republish this statement by our comrades in Brazil in response the tragic and criminal fire which erupted on the evening of Sunday, September 2, 2018 and destroyed much of the National Museum of Brazil. The statement is by Resistência Popular Estudantil (Student Popular Resistance) which describes itself as a collective of students organized to struggle in the defense of a the autonomous student movement and which is classist [class struggle in orientation], combative and built by the base.
So-called France is boiling. There are more and more calls for an indefinite general strike and on Monday first meetings are planned to discuss the calls. A fast and short update from the French territory.
In anticipation of the 50th anniversary of May 1968, the Macron government had been making plans to commemorate this historic uprising by celebrating how it had purportedly contributed to the liberal “modernization of French society.” Allied with the mass media and the ownership class, what better way for the relatively young neoliberal government to lay claim to the future than by taking over the past, using the ritualized burial rites of state-honored commemoration to spin a teleological tale according to which the legacy of ’68 was alive and well in contemporary ‘liberalization’? According to a spokesperson for the French President, this was of course to be done “without dogmas or prejudice,” in order to show that “68 was the time of utopias and disillusions, and we no longer truly have utopias.”