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Mendez-msm-photoSummary: University of California, Santa Barbara experiences one of the nation’s largest turnouts for the November 12 nationwide Million Student March, where student-worker solidarity came to the fore — Editors

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imh0-20151120Summary: The despicable ISIS attacks on Paris and elsewhere have unleashed intensified war and imperialist machinations over Syria and Iraq, as well as repression of immigrants and renewed Islamophobia. Can the Left oppose the carnage on all sides without losing sight of its emancipatory aims? Approved in a membership vote on Nov. 24, 2015 as a statement of the International Marxist-Humanist Organization — Editors

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2015-11-29_14-38-15Summary: Discusses Peter Hudis’s Frantz Fanon: Philosopher of the Barricades in terms of Fanon’s rejection of an ontology of Blackness; his dialectic of race, class, and colonialism; and Fanon in relation to contemporary postcolonial thought. Bhattacharya’s comments were delivered at a meeting at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, where Selim Nadi, Hudis, and she spoke on the book. Sponsored by the Decolonising Our Minds student group, it was attended by nearly 400. These remarks first appeared on the Pluto Press blog, HERE  — Editors

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03bill_ps1Summary: Interview by Andy Heintz with Bill Weinberg, the noted anarchist blogger. Covers politics of imperialism, anti-imperialism, and anti-intervention, especially on issues controversial on the left like Kosovo, Syria, Ukraine, etc. Originally appeared in Balkan Witness and then World War 4 Report, September 28, 2015, HERE  – Editors

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timthumbSummary: Maati Monjib, the Moroccan historian, human rights activist, and translator into Arabic of Dunayevskaya’s Marxism and Freedom, has suspended his hunger strike in its 20th day, having forced the authoritarian Monarchy of Mohammed VI to back down and restore his right to travel – Editors

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Syria-IMHO-10-15-imageSummary: Both the recent moves over Syria and the Iran agreement are part of a broader realignment of global and regional powers that above all want to restore “order” in the Middle East — Editors

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9780745336251Summary: Peter Hudis on the contemporary relevance of his 2015 book, Frantz Fanon: Philosopher of the Barricades, for intersectional discussions of race and class. Originally appeared on Pluto Press blog, Oct. 7, 2015 — Editors

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russ-MMAP-mdSummary: — On worsening situation in Russia after Nemtsov assassination and intervention in Syria, as well as continuing efforts by independent left — Editors

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monjib_picSummary: Statement of support for Moroccan historian, journalist, and activist Maati Monjib. Maati leads a human rights group that defends journalists and is the translator into Arabic of Raya Dunayevskaya’s Marxism and Freedom and of works by Victor Serge — Editors

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NoSummary: An argument for preventing the Paris climate summit (Conference of the Parties or COP21) from finishing its work, as any foreseeable agreement in Paris would be mere window-dressing while the climate continues to burn. Originally appeared in Resilience  — Editors.

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