Upping the Anti #20 | Left Wing Books

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Upping the Anti #20

Format: 
journal
Size: 
182 pages
Publisher: 
Year: 
2018
Price: $9.63 (USD)

Number Twenty (late 2018) of this movement journal of theory and practice from canada. Check out the contents below: 

Introduction

Letters to the Editors

Letters
Scott D. Peters

The Revolutionary Potential of Healthcare Workers
Melanie Spence

Is Reconciliation the New Colonialism? A Critical Role for the Racialized Medical Practitioner in Land Justice for Indigenous Pe
Priya Prabhakar, Bjorn Stime, Nancy Laliberte

Editorials
You Gotta Have Faith: Resolving the Unholy Alliance Between the Left and Religion

Interviews

You Get Exactly What You Fight For and Nothing More: Drug User Organizing in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside An Interview with Ann Livingston
David Hugill and Michael C.K. Ma

This is Where the Drug War Ends: Reflections from the Frontlines in Moss Park, Toronto An Interview with Fiona White & Matt Johnson
Nanky Rai and Gunjan Chopra

Out From the Underground: Reflections on Activism and Abolition An interview with James Kilgore
Élise Thorburn

Articles

Astrology for the Movement
Shaunga Tagore

Political Policing and the Surveillance Matrix: Reflections for Organizers
Mariful Alam & Matt Cicero

History Never Ended: The Far-Right Revival, Trump, and the Anti-fascist Renaissance
Shane Burley

Holograms, or, Learning from 70 Years of Resistance in Myanmar
Nisha Toomey

Roundtables

#WeBelieveSurvivors of Barrick Gold
Ellie Ade Kur & Robert Fajber

Book Reviews

Why Don’t We All Rise Up?
Thinking About Resistance with Nangwaya and Truscello
Élise Thorburn

No Shortcuts Around the Details
What the Algonquins of Barriere Lake’s Struggle Teaches Us About Canadian Colonialism
Corvin Russell

The Spectre of Austerity
Jacqueline Ristola