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8 facts everyone should know about the Iraq crisis

Ian Sinclair looks beyond the "babbling brook of [mainstream media] bullshit" about the Iraq crisis.

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How UK communities can show the world that everyone is welcome

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Protestor at anti-Trump rally, London, 2017. PHOTO: Alisdare Hickson from Canterbury, United Kingdom, CC BY-SA 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Tom Huggins-Teasdale finds inspiration in a recent Glasgow demo

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In our own words

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PHOTO: Spudgun67, CC BY-SA 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

A volunteer explains how a group of young people have constructed an oral history of 5 Caledonian Road in London – Peace House – which has been a hub for social activism since 1959.

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How we made 'A Timeline Of The Plague Year'

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Ian Sinclair, Rupert Read and Joanna Booth explain how they ended up publishing the most comprehensive record of the UK government’s response to the pandemic to date

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Support a #PeoplesVaccine

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Five ways you can take action

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Demilitarise the 2021 census

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It’s being processed by an arms company... again!

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'Anti-Racism – What Works?' Survey

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Collecting the stories of people involved in positive social change  

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"Have you got a story of successful anti-racist action?" new survey asks?

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PN launches new survey of UK campaigners

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About Suffering: A Massacre of the Innocents in Yemen

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The Biden administration must act swiftly to prevent a Trump-administration 'death sentence' for thousands of Yemenis, argues Kathy Kelly

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Joining Zoom meetings by telephone

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You can be part of the new world of online campaigning even if you don’t have (reliable) broadband or a webcam. 

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