Practicing Transformative Justice in – and Beyond – Black Communities
Accounting for the history of transformative justice and determining how it can best be put into practice in non-Black spaces.
Letter from the Editor
The capitalist extractive industrial logic sees water and land as collateral. In social justice logic, water and land are life.
At the heart of all social movements is imagination. Can the genre of visionary fiction be a conduit for organizing and radically re-envisioning a just future?
When the Canadian mining corporation B2Gold set up shop in a small Nicaraguan town with the government’s blessing, a local group of land defenders began to organize.
Practising transformative justice in Black communities
What is transformative justice, and how can it be used in organizing spaces to respond to sexual violence?
How does suburban sprawl alter geographies of protest and dissent?
While the intellectual processes of movement building are often associated with charismatic leaders and catchy sloganeering, the knowledge building that changes our social world is driven by the struggles of ordinary people.
Out of a history of colonial food weaponization emerges a thriving movement of Indigenous food sovereignty.
In the tradition of word projects, Keywords for Radicals engages with the ways in which language interacts with struggle.
Davis calls for this generation to fight for full substantive freedoms, so that future generations will not be left addressing the same issues.