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Topic: Chris Dixon

Ten Things to Remember: Anti-Racist Strategies for White Student Radicals

After many years as a white student radical (in high school and then college), I’m reconsidering my experience. I made a lot of mistakes and was blind in many ways, particularly as a white person. What follows are some lessons … 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

‘Forging a Movement on Shifting Ground’: reflections on anti-racism as a catalyst for global justice organizing

“It’s like coming home”, I thought as over 600 people converged at this year’s National Organizers Alliance (NOA) Gathering in Sonoma, California. NOA’s mission is “To advance progressive organizing for social, economic and environmental justice, and to support, challenge and … Continue reading

Finding Hope After Seattle: Rethinking Radical Activism and Building a Movement

Just over a year ago thousands of us were preparing for an uncertain showdown with global capital in Seattle. Yet we barely realized that we were about to initiate some of the most successful protests in recent U.S. history. Indeed, … Continue reading