Thirty years ago today the Berlin Wall was opened at last, crowning a rich history of radical dissent in the Eastern Bloc. Great radical acts and characters often end up having a curious afterlife. The unashamedly radical Martin Luther King
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The story of the youngest ever elected female MP and her non-violent (minus 1 slap) fight for equality in Northern Ireland. There’s a woman, turning 72 today, who one Irishman recently summed up as “our Martin Luther King”. From Coo
Get new post updates here It was 99 years ago today that Rosa Luxemburg died in Berlin. 89 years ago today, Martin Luther King was born in Atlanta, Georgia. The first was a secular Jewish-Polish revolutionary Marxist from the 1910s, th
Get new post updates here Last autumn, I decided we needed to make a Radical Tea Towel video. So I had a conversation with my childhood friend, Lewis Reynolds, a writer and director. During our tumultuous teenage years growing up in Ba
Rosa Luxemburg, the Polish-born socialist, once said that "Those who do not move do not notice their chains." The fact that Luxemburg was Jewish at a time when antisemitism was virulent in central Europe added to her sense of injustice.