A collection of Murray Bookchin’s works has been donated to the Vermont State Libraries in honor of his centennial, along with poster displays at five selected libraries.
Now available on the ISE’s Youtube channel, our discussion with Monica Atkins, Co-Executive Director of the Climate Justice Alliance, on the limitations of the Green New Deal and alternative community-based solutions.
Join us for a talk by Ozawa Bineshi Albert, Co-Executive Director of the Climate Justice Alliance and founding member of the Indigenous Environmental Newwork. Bineshi and ISE racial/environmental justice coordinator Kali Akuno will discuss the recent COP26 conference, the false solutions it advanced, and what the peoples movements must do to counter the false solutions, stop the advance of climate change and regenerate our communities and ecosystems.
This 10-week course on Marxism and direct democracy, which ran earlier this winter, put Marxist political thought into conversation with social ecology, to wrestle with the challenging problem of the political form the class struggle should take.
Join us for a 3-part lecture series critically examining the Green New Deal with Max Ajl, author of A People’s Green New Deal. The series will critically interrogate the capitalist-oriented Green New Deal currently being proposed by liberal and progressive forces throughout North America and Europe.
This online panel will address antisemitism on the left, examining how antisemitic myths continue to connect Jews to capitalism, the slave trade, media, and war.
On Wednesday, November 17 at 2 pm EST historian and ISE faculty member Peter Staudenmaier will give a presentation that explains why conspiracy theories offer false analyses of the social problems we face, and typically suggest problematic rather than emancipatory political solutions.
Join us for a conversation between Max Ajl, author of A People’s Green New Deal, and Kali Akuno, ISE racial & environmental justice coordinator.