• A shock to the neoliberal system

    Well-known activist and organizer John Clarke predicts a volatile future, where raised expectations are pitted against an ongoing neoliberal restructuring of society.

  • “Enjoy your homes. Enjoy your food. There is nothing that can take their place.”

    I am writing just ahead of Thanksgiving. Many of us will be lucky enough to celebrate the harvest with a joint of fowl or a fatted cauliflower. The question is, who will be at the table with us on a holiday meant to be spent with friends and family?

  • Narrating your own memoir during a pandemic

    BTL author Julie S. Lalonde (Resilience is Futile) speaks about her experience narrating her own audiobook during the COVID-19 lockdown.

  • Political power is plague power

    In this video interview, philosopher Alberto Toscano discusses what the experience of the COVID-19 pandemic tells us about the nature of the state.

  • bell hooks

    In this reading list, Between the Lines gathers some of bell hooks' most powerful works to celebrate the renowned author and activist's 68th birthday.

  • Silence Breakers

    A reading list to lift up the voices of women who broke their silence to take powerful institutions, systems, and individuals to account.

  • Defund the Police

    The call to defund the police is gaining major traction across North America. We've compiled a list of readings examining the reactionary role of the police in a capitalist society.

  • #SafeSeptember

    This September, as children and adults across the world return to the classroom, we’re thinking about the books that provoke critical thought about the way we are educated.

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