May 18th: The following text was kindly contributed to Freedom by Lisa Selby @bluebaglife (follow them on Instagram and Twitter), UK Prison Wives and the UK Prison Support Group.
May 13th: A French language translation of Colin Ward’s classic The Child in the City was published in March this year by Etrerotopia France – L’enfant dans la ville translated by Léa Nicolas-Teboul.
May 11th: Following Boris Johnson's burbling mess of an address yesterday there's been a renewed interest in health and safety legislation, our right to stay away from dangerous working environments, and the importance of joining a union.
May 10th: This interview was originally published by Brighton Antifascists.
May 6th: Note from the editor: this text contains a discussion on issues which may be triggering and difficult to read.
May 4th: The book is certainly not intended primarily as a contribution to the ongoing "class vs idpol" wars, but in its close attention to the complexity of the actual composition of the working class at a specific moment in time, it serves as a damning critique of both poles of the debate.
April 29th: Content warnings: state violence, medical abuse and neglect, self-harm and suicide The Ministry of Justice’s lack of response to COVID-19 is nothing short of genocidal.
April 21st: Freedom spoke to Ruth Kinna, author of numerous books on anarchism about the origins and key concepts of anarchism.
April 20th: Thanks to the immutable cultural significance of the number 420*, the 20th of April has become certified official International Weed Day and it’s landed right in the middle of lockdown.