Mumia Abu-Jamal: Militant journalism from behind enemy lines

This article accompanies Liberation School's new study guide for Mumia Abu-Jamal's book, Have Black Lives Ever Mattered? Mumia Abu-Jamal...

Marxism, capitalism, and nature-society relations: An introduction

This articles examines the metabolic rift and the production of nature thesis, showing their importance for the environmental justice struggle.

Class: The legacy of Asian American struggle

This one-hour class focuses on Asian American resistance to oppression, from Ir Won Keun to the struggle to defend the I-hotel.

What is imperialism? An introduction

This introductory article examines Marx's analysis of colonialism and the transition from colonialism to imperialism.

Paulo Freire’s centennial: Political pedagogy for revolutionary organizations

Freire's pedagogical theories were developed for revolutionary organizations to connect leadership with the broader masses.

Beyond the sprouts of capitalism: China’s early capitalist development and contemporary...

China’s early modern political economy provides a deeper understanding of their current socialist project.

Reading Kelley’s “Hammer and hoe” as organizers today

"Hammer and Hoe" offers a list of lessons reflecting every stage of struggle, from initial community engagement to growth and success to defeat and decline.

Assata Shakur: The making of a revolutionary woman

From Assata’s story, we are able to learn what it means to be motivated by a deep love for the people and the struggle for freedom.

Relative surplus value: The class struggle intensifies

With the production of relative surplus value, capitalism as a mode of production comes to stand on its own.

Walter Rodney’s revolutionary praxis: An interview with Devyn Springer

Popular educator Devyn Springer examines Walter Rodney's revolutionary theories, pedagogies, and struggles.