Watch the complete video from a special Dissent discussion between Kurdish activist Dilar Dirik and feminist scholar Meredith Tax.
A selection of key essays on democratic socialism from the Dissent archives.
Should the left champion jobs for all or advance a basic income as part of a broader anti-work politics? Can we do both? Join Dissent, Jacobin, and the New Economy Coalition for a panel discussion, November 9 in Brooklyn.
Kurdish activist Dilar Dirik in conversation with Meredith Tax, Thursday, October 22, 2015, 7 p.m. at the New School.
“Most of those who made the movement weren’t the famous; they were the faceless. They weren’t the noted; they were the nameless—the marchers with tired feet, the protestors beaten back by billy clubs and fire hoses, the unknown women and …
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As the United States reopens its embassy in Cuba, we offer three accounts of the country’s aging dictatorship, and what the future could hold.
Political theorists John Rawls, Jean Bethke Elshtain, Ronald Takaki, and Michael Walzer consider the moral and political implications of nuclear weaponry.