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Tag: On Solidarity

Introducing our summer 2023 issue: What does solidarity mean, and how can movements build enough of it to change the world?

Matt Lord, Deborah Chasman

Movement building requires a culture of listening—not mastery of the right language.

Kelly Hayes, Mariame Kaba

A conversation with Dan Berger and veteran activists Zoharah Simmons and Michael Simmons on the origins of Black Power and the work of coalition building.

nia t. evans

In Rules to Win By, Jane McAlevey and Abby Lawlor reject backroom dealmaking. Rank-and-file workers are going even further.

Ege Yumuşak

Far from spelling the end of anti-market politics, basic income proposals are one place where it can and has flourished.

Simon Torracinta

On violence and the possibility of solidarities in America.

Gaiutra Bahadur

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