Revolutionary history

A collection of 11 posts

Lessons From Assata

Lessons From Assata

Assata Shakur’s ongoing life and legacy of revolution-building and the sharp analysis in her writings should serve as lessons for those of us who wish to follow in her footsteps — to become revolutionaries capable of striking fear into the heart of empire, and hope into the hearts of the oppressed.

Remembering Bloody Sunday, 48 Years On

Remembering Bloody Sunday, 48 Years On

On the 30th of January 1972, 14 Irish people were murdered and many more injured by the British Paratroopers in Derry, at a peaceful anti-internment rally. 48 years later there is still a denial of justice.

“Che Lives” – Remembering Che Guevara

“Che Lives” – Remembering Che Guevara

Freedom fighters and socialists carry his image in their hearts on almost every continent, and where there is struggle, he is remembered. This day, October 8th, is celebrated throughout Latin America as “Día del Guerrillero Heróico” – Day of the Heroic Revolutionary.