In this gorgeous collection of allegorical stories, Subcomandante Marcos, idiosyncratic spokesperson of the Zapatistas, has provided “an accidental archive” of a revolutionary group’s struggle against neoliberalism.
Join the authors of "The Work of Living: Working People Talk About Their Lives and the Year the World Broke" and "Essential: How the Pandemic Transformed the Long Fight for Worker Justice" for a conversation about the lives and struggles of our fellow workers in an era of COVID crisis.
In the face of rising authoritarianism and on the heels of urgent struggle, autonomy calls to us. How might we excavate the theory and history of autonomous politics to arrive at new possibilities for radical democracy and the radical imaginary?
“Racism is like a Cadillac, they bring out a new model every year.”
—Malcolm X (a former auto worker)
Written in a lively, accessible fashion and drawing extensively on interviews with people who were formerly incarcerated, Cars and Jails examines how the costs of car ownership and use are deeply enmeshed with the U.S. prison system.