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.
April 10th: A care worker breaks down what can, and indeed must, be done to self organise if proper protection and treatment is to be won in the face of inaction by authorities.
April 6th: Author Simon Hannah spoke to Freedom Press about his new book Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay: the fight to stop the poll tax which is published by Pluto Press.
April 5th: To mark the one-year anniversary of a radical social centre appearing in the Granite City, Rob Ray talks with the organising collective about their experiences, dreams — and advice for groups looking to set up new spaces.
March 22nd: Brighton SolFed outlines your rights under the new post-coronavirus system and where to find out more information.
March 21st: I often seek solace at the Brotherhood Church.
March 14th: In October the UK’s domestic murder rate reached a five-year high.
March 11th: This month marks the 30th anniversary of the Poll Tax riots.