In response to staff at the University of New Mexico unionising, the university have brought in lawyers from the notorious union-busting law firm Jackson Lewis. In this article, David Correia, associate professor at the university, discussing the current state of higher education in the US and the long history of anti-union activities.
When, if ever, is it justified for the state to surveil, infiltrate and repress political movements? Connor Woodman replies to Alex Vitale's The End of Policing, and argues for an abolitionist perspective on political policing
Police often speak of themselves as hunters. This might best be understood as an honest admission of what they actually do: hunt, capture, cage, and often kill those subjects marked as fugitive, unruly, impolite.