What are we to make of the U.S. elections? Our fourth Movements of Movements Conversation (11/20/20) explored this topic with Patrick Bond (South Africa), Rose Brewer (US), Sahar Francis (Palestine), and Ana Silvia Monzon (Guatemala), "The Empire Unclothed: Implications of the 2020 US Elections for Humanity and Mother Earth, Part 2." It followed our third Movements of Movements Conversation (10/16/20) that shares its title and addressed the global context and challenges posed by the US elections. Part One featured Kolya Abramsky, Walden Bello, Charlotte Hill O'Neal aka Mama C, and Marie Cruz Soto. It follows our Many Movements, Many Steps Forward conversation (9/4/20).

Many Movements, Many Steps Forward, 9/4/2020

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IPRA2021 - International Peace Research Association Conference

Matt Meyer – 13 January 2021

The International Peace Research Association (IPRA) is meeting this week (January 11-15, 2021) in Nairobi, Kenya. Video streams are available on YouTube. This post will be updated with links to the conference proceedings.About IPRA: The International Peace Research Association...
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Six ways to stay focused on movement-building amid the post-election chaos

Matt Meyer – 13 November 2020

In this time of uncertainty, movements must continue the long-term work of building democracy.Almost as clear as the deep divisions within the United States is the exhaustion we feel about the current political process unfolding during a growing wave of the COVID-19 pandemic....
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Luchas y alternativas para una economía feminista emancipatoria - Comentarios sobre ponencia de Silvia Federici

Gina Vargas – 13 August 2020

Seminario Internacional, Asunción, 28 y 29 de noviembre de 2017[download PDF version with notes]Muchas gracias Silvia, por este acercamiento a tu tan enriquecedora reflexión. Hoy, las miradas tuyas, que son de muchas formas pioneras y nutrientes, se entrelazan...
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The Empire Unclothed: Implications of the 2020 US Elections for Humanity and Mother Earth, Part 2

Friday, November 20, 2020, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (US Eastern Standard Time) Join Patrick Bond (South Africa), Rose Brewer (Minnesota, US), Sahar Francis (Palestine) and Ana Silvia Monzon (Guatemala) to understand the global implications of the recent U.S. elections. [Join the event via Facebook or Zoom]Patrick Bond teaches at the University of the...
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What are we to make of the U.S. elections? Our fourth Movements of Movements Conversation (11/20/20) explored this topic with Patrick Bond (South Africa), Rose Brewer (US), Sahar Francis (Palestine), and Ana Silvia Monzon (Guatemala), "The Empire Unclothed: Implications... The Movements of Movements website is a companion to the book series. It includes updates from the editor & contributors. You may also order books, read reviews, learn about continuing conversations, as well as reach out to the editor and contributors. This site is always...
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The Empire Unclothed: Implications of the 2020 US Elections for Humanity and Mother Earth, Part 1

Walden Bello, Mama Charlotte O'Neal, Kolya Abramsky, & Marie Cruz Soto speak to the US Elections and their implications for humanity & Mother Earth (speaker bios) PART ONE OF TWO (OCTOBER 26, 2020, 11:00 A.M. US/CANADA EASTERN DAYLIGHT TIME)PART TWO OF TWO (NOVEMBER 20, 2020, 11:00 A.M. US/CANADA EASTERN STANDARD TIME) SPEAKER LIST TO FOLLOWIt is often said, in relation to elections taking place in the US, that “The whole world is...
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IPRA2021 - International Peace Research Association Conference

Matt Meyer – 13 January 2021

The International Peace Research Association (IPRA) is meeting this week (January 11-15, 2021) in Nairobi, Kenya. Video streams are available on YouTube. This post will be updated with links to the conference proceedings.About IPRA: The International Peace Research Association...
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Six ways to stay focused on movement-building amid the post-election chaos

Matt Meyer – 13 November 2020

In this time of uncertainty, movements must continue the long-term work of building democracy.Almost as clear as the deep divisions within the United States is the exhaustion we feel about the current political process unfolding during a growing wave of the COVID-19 pandemic....
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Luchas y alternativas para una economía feminista emancipatoria - Comentarios sobre ponencia de Silvia Federici

Gina Vargas – 13 August 2020

Seminario Internacional, Asunción, 28 y 29 de noviembre de 2017[download PDF version with notes]Muchas gracias Silvia, por este acercamiento a tu tan enriquecedora reflexión. Hoy, las miradas tuyas, que son de muchas formas pioneras y nutrientes, se entrelazan...
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