Social media giant Meta has censored the School Strike 4 Climate group after it announced plans for a school strike for West Papua on August 30. Alex Bainbridge reports.

Luke Mustafa Woods painting

Wiradjuri artist Luke Mustafa Woods, who is based in Djilang/Geelong, speaks to Tim Gooden about his art in solidarity with Palestine.

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Hawaiian activists are calling on nations who condemn the genocide in Gaza to withdraw from Rim of the Pacific war games, illegally hosted on Hawaiian land.

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Students and supporters of the University of Newcastle Palestine solidarity encampment are resisting management's attempts to shut it down. Niko Leka reports.

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In the middle of a cost-of-living and housing crisis, it makes sense that a majority of young people think Australia should be more socialist, argues Isaac Nellist.

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Thousands joined the march for land rights and justice for First Nations peoples as part of the annual NAIDOC rally. Chloe DS reports. 

It may sound good, but are serious dangers in tying a renewable energy transition to the profit interests of corporate capitalism as Labor’s new renewable energy “superpower” plan does. Peter Boyle reports.

Australia is complicit in genocide

Protesters marked 40 weeks of consecutive protests demanding Labor end its support for Israel’s genocidal assault as the Lancet concludes that close to 200,000 Gazans have been killed.

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Climate and Capitalism editor Ian Angus presents six new books on neoliberal ideology, oceans in crisis, Michigan’s water wars, and the corrupt food industry.

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Amid economic turmoil, environmental crisis, escalating inequality, widespread despair and disillusionment, the far right is presenting itself as a “radical” and “anti-system” alternative, argues Brazilian socialist Mariana Riscali.

As Gillian Segal has a track record of insisting that legitimate criticism of Israel is antisemitic, it is more likely that she will be an envoy for promoting racism and division, argues Janet Parker.

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Alex Salmon reviews James Boyce's 2020 work, which traces the Indigenous people of the wetland areas of eastern England known as the Fens, who fought to preserve their lands, culture and community in the face of attempts to displace them by enclosure.