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Black Lives Matter protest

Chanté Griffin offers up a short playlist of revolutionary melodies.

People protest against President Donald Trump's executive order fast-tracking the Keystone XL and Dakota Access oil pipelines in Los Angeles, California, U.S., March 10, 2017. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Hoda Baraka on the climate action movements working to end fossil fuel extraction.

Nanjala Nyabola explains why Trump presents a challenge for those who work in human rights.

Jeff Bezos must be stopped, writes Mark Engler. Nobody is calling to task Amazon's dirty work. About 165 billion packages are shipped in the US each year.

Jeff Bezos must be stopped, writes Mark Engler.

As Spain becomes the busiest staging post on the migrant Mediterranean route, Julian Hattem speaks to the African migrants in its North African enclaves.

Julian Hattem speaks to the migrants trapped in limbo.

For our rising new world leader segment, Richard Swift profiles the Oxford-educated former...

We talk of trashing our planet – taking more from nature than it is able to renew, speeding headlong towards climate chaos....

Co-editor Dinyar Godrej pens an opening letter for the latest magazine: 'The dirt on waste'

Global justice campaigners Marienna Pope-Weidemann and Sebastian Ordoñez Muñoz explain why...

The moral panic surrounding proposed changes is incoherent. Husna Rivzi explains why.

Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 11/9" is a provocative and comedic look at the times in which we live. It will explore the two most important questions of the Trump Era: How the f**k did we get here, and how the f**k do we get out? It's the film to see before it's too late.

Youssef El-Gingihy delights in US filmmaker Michael Moore’s latest polemic.

The Incendiaries by RO Kwon;  Betraying Big Brother by Leta Hong Fincher; A Radical History of the World by Neil Faulkner; Rupture by Manuel Castells, translation by Rosie Marteau​

New Internationalist editors review the latest in book releases.

Sound the People by Red Baraat;
Crave by Léonie Pernet.

More than 100,000 protesters are set to march on Parliament on Saturday to demand a People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal.

Vanessa Baird on why she will be marching in London on Saturday

Tom Whyman gives us totally normal, practical ways we can undo the climate meltdown

Vanessa Baird looks at how things would be if we could migrate freely. 


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