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International Brigade Against Apartheid

Edited by Ronnie Kasrils

We hear for the first time from the internationalist secretly working for the ANC’s armed wing, Umkhonto we Sizwe (MK), in the struggle to liberate South Africa from apartheid rule. They acted as couriers, provided safe houses in neighbouring states and within South Africa, ... Read more

Nigeria and the Challenge of Federalism

By Ike Okonta

The book identifies three key moments in Nigeriaà ¢Ã¢â€š ¬Ã¢â€ž ¢s experience with federalism and makes the argument that a complex and socially-diverse country like Nigeria can only be successfully governed by a truly federal arrangement, and not the present ... Read more

Popular Resistance to Xenophobic Violence

By Jemima Parker

The book is concerned with popular responses to the crisis of xenophobic violence in South Africa. It argues, that xenophobia itself is not primarily a reaction to poverty, inequality, or any other set of social conditions. Rather, xenophobia must be considered to be a collective ... Read more

Racism, Capitalism, and COVID19 Pandemic

By Zophia Edwards
Preface by David Austin

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought into sharp relief the deep structural problems affecting nonwhite racialized workers in the core and periphery. Yet, many social scientific analyses of the global political economy, at least in the pre-COVID era, are race neutral or willfully ... Read more

Revolutionary Ecological Legacy of Herbert Marcuse, The

By Charles Reitz

Inspired by the revolutionary legacy of Herbert Marcuse's social and political philosophy, this volume appeals to the energies of those engaged in a wide range of contemporary social justice struggles: ecosocialism, antiracism, the women's movement, LGBTQ rights, and antiwar ... Read more