How Beyonce’s ‘Ivy Park’ Label Should Solve Sweatshop Scandal: Switch Suppliers

05. 12. 2018

How Beyonce’s ‘Ivy Park’ Label Should Solve Sweatshop Scandal: Switch Suppliers

Beyonce’s label, Ivy Park, launched in collaboration with British fast fashion company Topshop, is quickly falling short of her stated goal to “celebrate every woman and the ...

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Boris Groys: On Art Activism

27. 11. 2018

Boris Groys: On Art Activism

Current discussions about art are very much centered on the question of art activism—that is, on the ability of art to function as an arena and medium for political protest ...

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Bolsonaro vence em 97% das cidades mais ricas e Haddad em 98% das pobres

23. 11. 2018

Bolsonaro vence em 97% das cidades mais ricas e Haddad em 98% das pobres

Entre os mil municípios com os maiores IDHs do País, Bolsonaro venceu em 967, enquanto Haddad conquistou 33. Já nas mil cidades menos desenvolvidas, Haddad ganhou em 975 e ...

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Remembering Red Vienna

05. 11. 2018

Remembering Red Vienna

Though tragically snuffed out by the rise of fascism, Red Vienna was an island of socialist organizing and workers' power worth commemorating ...

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Diversity for What?

24. 10. 2018

Diversity for What?

HOW SHOULD WE APPROACH DIVERSITY AS AN IDEOLOGY? To begin with, we can examine the gap between its status as rhetoric and as lived reality. But today’s relentless celebration ...

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Gáspár Miklós Tamás: Telling the truth about class

05. 10. 2018

Gáspár Miklós Tamás: Telling the truth about class

One of the central questions of social theory has been the relationship between class and knowledge, and this has also been a crucial question in the history of socialism ...

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Immigration myths that fuelled Brexit blown apart by major government-commissioned report

25. 09. 2018

Immigration myths that fuelled Brexit blown apart by major government-commissioned report

Migration Advisory Committee people who move to UK from EU have minimal impact on domestic wages, crime, the NHS or schools ...

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10 Countries Where Art Was Censored in 2017

18. 09. 2018

10 Countries Where Art Was Censored in 2017

From a show of queer art shut down in Brazil to a painting removed from an art fair in the United Arab Emirates, cultural censorship was rampant this year ...

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Major Study Finds The US Is An Oligarchy

06. 08. 2018

Major Study Finds The US Is An Oligarchy

The U.S. government does not represent the interests of the majority of the country's citizens, but is instead ruled by those of the rich and powerful, a new study from Princeton ...

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Capitalism and Social Rights

15. 08. 2017

Capitalism and Social Rights

WE’RE TALKING HERE about rights and how to guarantee them in an unequal globalized society. I’m just going to take it for granted that all of us here believe in human rights ...

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