Unlike authoritarians, who may follow a standard playbook, progressive movements must be aware of the specificity of particular social and political terrains.
Kumi Naidoo & Winona LaDuke (Part 2)
In December 2021, the month after the UN Climate Conference concluded in Glasgow, Al Jazeera featured Kumi Naidoo and Winona LaDuke in two inspiring conversations in London.
Kumi Naidoo and Winona LaDuke (Part 1)
Naidoo and LaDuke focused on the need and the potential for grassroots activists to step up when governments are failing to address the crisis.
We Must Free Our Imaginations
We stand for an African revolution which encompasses the demand for a re-imagination of our lives outside neo-colonial categories of identity and power.
Pan-Africanist, Christian, and Queer
The Christian Right understood that the world was globalizing. Domestically, they were losing a culture war, and they decided to change the playing field.
The Red Deal: Moving Beyond the Green New Deal
Indigenous activists are not only protesting, petitioning, and fighting in the courts. They are also taking direct action to stop fossil fuel projects and building a new global vision based on caregiving.
From Standing Rock to Line 3: Indigenous Action to Save the Planet
In this report, we demonstrate the tangible impact these Indigenous campaigns of resistance have had in the fight against fossil fuel expansion across what is currently called Canada and the United States of America.
A Fuller Freedom: The Lost Promise of Pan-Africanism
Hakim Adi’s recent book situates the tragedies of mid-20th-century Pan-Africanism in a longer history.
Lawyers Crossing Borders
In the twentieth century, as the Pan-African struggle advanced across the continent, lawyers across the diaspora and in imperial capitals found ways to join hands in solidarity across borders.
African Trade Unions and Africa’s Future
This report was written in 2014, based on extensive research done by Solidarity Center Africa Region staff and consultants in 2013.
Lessons Learned In Transnational Solidarity: Towards a Partnership of Equals
Sahra Ryklief has been the General Secretary of the International Federation of Workers Education Associations (IFWEA) since 2007.
African Feminist Charter
By naming ourselves as Feminists we politicise the struggle for women’s rights, we question the legitimacy of the structures that keep women subjugated, and we develop tools for transformatory analysis and action.