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Mandela Memories: urban connections, protest connections

In the days and weeks after Nelson Mandela’s death many people around the world reflected on their involvement with anti-apartheid campaigning. Some of those people remembered the Non-Stop Picket of the South African Embassy in London. Some of them searched … Continue reading

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Networks of activists: the lost art of mobilizing

I’ve been reading two things this week that have inspired this post.  The first is Paul Mason’s latest book, Why It’s Kicking Off Everywhere, about the worldwide anti-austerity protests of the last few years and the events of the Arab Spring.  The … Continue reading

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