To mark publication of Walter Rodney's The Groundings with My Brothers, we have 50% off key artists, writers and activists of the Black radical tradition, redrawing the links between Black resistance and anti-capitalism. Ends April 30.
"I feel extremely privileged to have been able to meet Walter Rodney during my first trip to the African continent in 1973"
In this essay, originally published by Race Today in 1983, CLR James discusses Rodney's work in relation to the revolutionary seizure of power.
Celebrating the work and legacy of radical Guyanese historian and revolutionary Walter Rodney.
In his new book Capital City, Sam Stein describes how one of the tasks of urban planners is to make capitalist development appear to be in the rational best interests of workers and bosses alike.
Jules Joanne Gleeson and Nathaniel Dickson present eight theses on the future of trans politics.
Stone Men explores how Palestinian labour built the land of Israel, and how to use this history in the struggle for the liberation of Palestine.
A reading list on Palestine's fight for liberation and struggles against colonialism around the world.
“Hval’s words shock precisely because they’re not referring to sex or desire but instead address vulnerability and nurturing.” — Guardian
“Brave and invaluable.” — Sunday Times
To mark publication of Walter Rodney's The Groundings with My Brothers, we have 50% off key artists, writers and activists of the Black radical tradition, redrawing the links between Black resistance and anti-capitalism.
In this striking new foreword—extracted in full here—Angela Davis considers the legacy of Walter Rodney and his seminal How Europe Underdeveloped Africa.