Tag: Marxism

Blanqui and the Communist Enlightenment

Louis-Auguste Blanqui understood that bourgeois society is incapable of realizing the universalist principles of “liberté, égalité, fraternité” and that their fulfillment requires the establishment of communism.

Why Everything Costs Money

Left Voice spoke with Olúfémi Táíwò, who has recapped each chapter of Capital Volume 1 with biting humor on his appropriately-named blog, Why Everything Costs Money. You can find Olúfémi’s blog at: www.whyeverythingcostsmoney.com

Is a Liberatory Pedagogy Possible?

Progressive teachers seek to practice a liberatory pedagogy in their classroom, helping their students to become conscious of oppression and inequality. Is it really possible to engage in liberatory pedagogy in today’s classrooms?

On the Legacy of a Revolutionary

The following speech was given by Chipi Castillo, a national leader of the PTS in Argentina after the death of Laura and Ezequiel, two comrades who died of CO2 poisoning. Fede, another comrade who was in the same apartment is in critical condition in the hospital. This speech was given at a special event to honor the lives of the fallen comrades with homages by co-workers, comrades and family members.

Blanqui and the Communist Enlightenment

Louis-Auguste Blanqui understood that bourgeois society is incapable of realizing the universalist principles of “liberté, égalité, fraternité” and that their fulfillment requires the establishment of communism.

Why Everything Costs Money

Left Voice spoke with Olúfémi Táíwò, who has recapped each chapter of Capital Volume 1 with biting humor on his appropriately-named blog, Why Everything Costs Money. You can find Olúfémi’s blog at: www.whyeverythingcostsmoney.com

Is a Liberatory Pedagogy Possible?

Progressive teachers seek to practice a liberatory pedagogy in their classroom, helping their students to become conscious of oppression and inequality. Is it really possible to engage in liberatory pedagogy in today’s classrooms?

On the Legacy of a Revolutionary

The following speech was given by Chipi Castillo, a national leader of the PTS in Argentina after the death of Laura and Ezequiel, two comrades who died of CO2 poisoning. Fede, another comrade who was in the same apartment is in critical condition in the hospital. This speech was given at a special event to honor the lives of the fallen comrades with homages by co-workers, comrades and family members.