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PARIS IS BURNING

By James P. Hare. With Trump’s decision to formally withdraw from the Paris Agreement, he has put an end to months of apparent indecision. This withdrawal does not dissolve the agreement, which still includes nearly every nation on the planet, but it is hard to imagine how an already weak agreement can be expected to slow—not...

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DOMESTIC WORKER ORGANIZING

By Jennifer Fish. Precarity is on the rise. Low-wage service jobs have seen a significant surge in the last years, and domestic work has become one of the largest sectors of employment in the global economy. And these household workers have been almost entirely excluded from the labor protections afforded to most other...

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YOUR BLOCK, OUR WORLD: BUILDING A GLOBAL PLATFORM FOR THE RIGHT TO THE CITY

What exactly is the Right to the City? How does it relate to both global networks and community-based organizations? Join housing and human rights organizations from across New York and the world to learn about the Global Platform for the Right to the City and discuss how we can strengthen our collective work. Your Block, Our World: Building a Global Platform for the Right to the City A...
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YOUR BLOCK, OUR WORLD: BUILDING A GLOBAL PLATFORM FOR THE RIGHT TO THE CITY

What exactly is the Right to the City? How does it relate to both global networks and community-based organizations? Join housing and human rights organizations from across New York and the world to learn about the Global Platform for the Right to the City and discuss how we can strengthen our collective work. Your Block, Our World: Building a Global...
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#ILOVEMALCOLM: MALCOLM X AT OXFORD


At “I Love Malcolm: Legacies of Love and Liberation” on February 14, 2015, organized by the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung—New York Office, Tariq Ali discusses the impact of Malcolm X’s debate at Oxford University in 1964.

Barbara Sukowa: Being Rosa Luxemburg


Acclaimed actress Barbara Sukowa (Rosa Luxemburg; Hannah Arendt) sat down with journalist Amber A’Lee Frost and filmmaker Annelise Ogaard to talk about preparing for the role of Rosa Luxemburg as well as about her work and friendship with director Margarethe von Trotta.

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