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The Coronavirus pandemic has affected the politics of climate change: activists have had to find new ways to keep struggle alive. Some claim the lockdown is helping the environment, others warn of a dramatic ‘bounceback’ in emissions after the shutdown ends. A more nihilistic form of ecological politics says “Humans are the virus, Covid-19 is the cure”. How will the struggle against climate change, and ruling class responses be reshaped by current events?Find out more »
An opportunity for rs21 members to sharpen up on being a revolutionary at work.Find out more »
We are reading the Silvia Federici essay 'Globalization and Social Reproduction', which is Part 2 of her book 'Revolution at Point Zero'.Find out more »
Join rs21 members and community organisers for a roundtable discussion of the politics of Mutual Aid amid the covid-19 crisis.Find out more »
Our regular opportunity for discussion, decision-making and elections has moved online.Find out more »
Join rs21 members for an open discussion on Universal Basic Income.Find out more »
Join this reading group for the Silvia Federici essay 'Reproducing Commons', which is the third and final part of her book 'Revolution at Point Zero'.Find out more »
Join this discussion on the relationship between state racism, the healthcare system and the Coronavirus. Speakers will include health campaigner and activist with the Sudan Doctor's Union - UK, Marwa Gibril, and a health worker from ‘Docs Not Cops’ a group that campaigns against immigration controls in the NHS.Find out more »
Want to get your head around Marxist economics? Register via zoom for this group to read and discuss Marx's "Value, Price and Profit".Find out more »
To follow up on our discussion of The Ruling Class Does Not Rule by Fred Block (https://jacobinmag.com/2020/4/ruling-class-capitalist-state-reform-theory) we will discuss part one of Colin Barker's essay Notes on Capital and the State https://www.rs21.org.uk/2019/01/25/revolutionary-reflections-notes-on-capital-and-the-state-part-1/. In this essay Colin takes as his starting point Marx and Engel's writings on the state, which are primarily found in their writings on contemporary political events, and goes on to look at how the state might alternatively be analysed using the analysis of capitalist society Marx…Find out more »
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