Kill The Bill
The Police Bill will further criminalise so-called 'unauthorised encampments', increasing repression of GRT people. Charlotte Powell interviews Luke Smith from GRTSocialists.
The longest bus strike in British history is poised to win after a campaign involving an indefinite strike, community solidarity and a leverage strategy.
Barrister David Renton explores why the government is so determined to suppress protest, the Police Bill, and the impact of the Covid Regulations on protest rights.
Work, unions and strikes
There are three candidates competing for the left vote in the Unite elections. rs21 interviewed Howard Beckett about his election platform.
Campaigning for Unite's general secretary election is underway. None of the candidates is ideal, but rs21 argues for critical support for Sharon Graham.
The law is often seen as a privileged arena, but the industry has staggering wage inequality. Two founding members of Legal Sector Workers United explain their strategy.
Palestinian liberation is intimately tied to the liberation struggles of the entire region. Shireen Akram-Boshar argues that Palestine’s dynamic interdependence with the revolutionary struggle against Assad in Syria has important lessons.
With workers and students in the anti-coup movement fighting in the face of murderous repression by the military, revolutionary struggle in Myanmar is at a critical point.
In Venezuela, US sanctions are worsening a parlous economic situation and exacerbating a social crisis. What's the way forward?
The riots in the North of Ireland must be understood in the context of continued sectarian division and state repression.
Th Police Bill is an assault on us all and an attack on us all must be met by resistance from us all. Unity and solidarity must be the clarion call of this movement.
Rosa Moussaoui recalls the uprising that swept colonised Algeria at the same moment that a Universal Republic was proclaimed in Paris
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Neil Rogall reviews the book 'Antisemitism and the Russian Revolution' by Brendan McGeever, which casts new light on the role of antisemitism in the 1917 Russian Revolution and also illuminates the struggle against the rise of antisemitism today.
1920s Frankfurt, in the wake of the 1918 German Revolution, established integrated housing, healthcare and education that is still impressive today.
Melissa Moreano Venegas looks at the forthcoming presidential election in Ecuador through the lens of Thea Riofrancos' recent analysis of extractivism and its opponents.
Jonathan Neale's new book calls for a global mass movement to confront the capitalist forces driving climate breakdown, linking analysis with real world action and what must be done to fight climate disaster.
Bill Crane looks at the life of militant US abolitionist John Brown and his portrayal in a recent TV adaptation of James McBride’s novel The Good Lord Bird.
Rose Whitehorn reflects on some of the key themes conveyed in Angela Davis' Women, Race & Class, and this work's significance during the resurgences in anti-racist and feminist organising.
Videos and audio
Charlotte Powell and Jules Joanne Gleeson speak about what is needed to win trans liberation and defeat transphobia in Britain. These talks were recorded during the rs21 event Transphobia in Britain: Building the fightback. Both include captions.
In December, rs21 organised a meeting 'Transphobia in Britain: Building the Fightback'. Here we present two of the speeches from that meeting, which give an overview of transphobia in Britain, its impact, and prospects for its defeat.
On the 150th anniversary of the instigation of the Paris Commune, rs21's Art Group presents a video project to commemorate the world's first working-class revolutionary government.
Rail maintenance workers went on strike against a pay freeze. rs21 interviewed RMT members and officials Conor Price, Clayton Clive, Michelle Rodgers and Daren Ireland at the Manchester Longsight picket line.