"Our reading in 1968 and thereabouts, done in the context of mass movements of social protest, helped to transform us into revolutionaries."
Researcher and activist Pascal Bianchini describes the lasting effects of the 1960s–70s student movement in Senegal and the condition of the Senegalese left today.
A Maoist critique of the East German university system published in 1968 by the Shanghai Red Guards.
Interviews with workers and students currently occupying the New School cafeteria.
Marjorie Murphy looks at the often fraught relationship between rank-and-file public school teacher militancy and the urban uprisings of the late 1960s and early 70s.
The New School administration has been unrelenting in its effort to push back against student and cafeteria workers' demands for fair working conditions and basic dignity.
How a Black United Front in Harlem, the Students’ Afro American Society, and Students for a Democratic Society took on Columbia University, Mayor John Lindsay, the New York Times, the NYPD in 1968 — and won!
The recent strike wave has once again made the entire field of education a key site in the class struggle.
An examination of the recent strike by Brazilian education workers in opposition to proposed pension reform.
An open letter in support of the current student revolt, the railworkers’ strike, and the struggles in defence of public services in France.