The Colours of Resistance Archive is a collection of analysis and tools for liberatory organizing and movement-building.

Category: Reviews

The Truth That Never Hurts: Writings on Race, Gender and Freedom

Rutgers University Press. 1998. 218 Pages. “While the Right is united by their racism, sexism, and homophobia in their goal to dominate all of us, we are divided by our own racism, sexism, and homophobia” – Suzanna Pharr “It is … Continue reading

From The Road: Snapshots of Living Resistance – a zine for liberation by Sonja S. and Jennica B.

The advancements of US imperialism got you down? Looking for inspiration to keep your passion burning for building mass based anti-racist, multiracial, feminist, queer and trans liberationist, anti-capitalist movements working for collective liberation? You should read this zine. The editors, … Continue reading

The Battle of Seattle: The New Challenge to Capitalist Globalization Edited by Eddie Yuen, George Katsiaficas, and Daniel Burton Rose

Since the WTO protests of 1999, there have been countless articles and books purporting to “document” and “explain” the so-called “anti-globalization movement.” Plenty of academics, journalists, and NGO directors have capitalized on this opportunity; indeed, more than a few have … Continue reading

Love for Our People: David Gilbert’s No Surrender

I cry quite often at movement events these days. In political marches, looking out at the delegations and contingents of people from churches, unions, community groups and schools. At conferences, when people speak about how much they love their community … Continue reading

Developing a Power Analysis

A review of Towards Land, Work and Power: charting a path of resistance to U.S.-led imperialism By Jaron Browne, Marisa Franco, Jason Negron-Gonzales and Steve Williams Unite To Fight Press, San Francisco, 2006 (159 pages) What is the current state … Continue reading