Introducing the Campus Power Project
Campus struggles in the US have surged recently: at Johns Hopkins, at Yale, at Evergreen State, at the University of Pennsylvania, and well beyond.
Continue reading Radical Education Department: Campus Organizers Push for More Faculty and Fewer Police [Part 1 of the Campus Power Project] – JK
An overview of the zines of the Radical Education Department (RED).
Continue reading Radical Education Department: Breaking Ground
Continue reading The Failure of the French Intelligentsia? Intellectuals and Uprisings in the Case of the #YellowVests
This article was written within the framework of the RED collective and benefitted from our collaborative research and writing process. A special thanks to Rahman Bouzari for his assistance with references.
The Radical Education Department (RED) weighs in on the ongoing debate around syndicalism and organizing strategies, arguing that modern variations of syndicalism still offer powerful weapons for autonomous anti-capitalist struggles and movements.
Continue reading Build the Revolution: Anarcho-Syndicalism in the 21st Century
The Radical Education Department presents 10 lessons from the Yellow Vest movement which has exploded out of France in the last month.
Continue reading Ten Lessons from the #YellowVests
As ICE’s brutality continues to shatter lives, we continue to document the struggle to abolish the institution. We’ve compiled more stories of radical struggle against ICE, the border patrol, and the police; documenting the different tactics, successes, and philosophies from around the country.
Continue reading Rebellion and Possibility: Voices in the Anti-ICE Struggle Vol. II
Building on their idea of ‘insurrectionary councilism,’ the Radical Education Department lays out an analysis about how to build and gain ground out of social struggles, rather than having it dissipate.
Continue reading Gaining Ground, Not Losing It: Questions from a Revolutionary Anarchist
RED (Radical Education Department) was founded approximately one year ago, and it has developed in myriad unforeseeable and exciting ways, while also confronting obstacles and limitations along the way. By providing an overview of what I consider to be our successes, as well as an outline of goals for the coming year, it is my hope that I can contribute to the autonomous process of collective education that is crucially important to the revolutionary Left. Just as we have learned and continue to learn from so many of the radical groups at work around the world, I hope that others can take inspiration from our model, and also help us reach our goals for RED Year II!
Continue reading RED Year I: What Is Done and to Be Done – ED
Anarchists, Communists, Socialists: Bridging the Divides. Discussion and info event on Wednesday July 11, 19:00 – 21:00 EDT, Wooden Shoe Books and Records at 704 South St, Philadelphia 19147.
Continue reading Building a Revolutionary Coalition in #Philly