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Women in Dark Times

On this week's show James Butler is joined by Nina Power and Jacqueline Rose as they discuss feminism, violence and power, - themes emerging from Rose's new book 'Women in Dark Times'.

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3 Reasons the UAL Occupation Matters to FE, HE and the Free Education Movement

by Tom Scrivener

Like other recent direct actions such as at LSE, the University of the Arts London occupation is rooted in the free education movement. But the task of articulating longer term goals alongside combating immediate course cuts presents fresh challenges for students in the face of an ongoing restructuring of education.
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#BestOfWire (E001)

The best Wire articles this month, including Irish Water, Podemos and the crisis of the NUS.



On this week's show James Butler and Aaron Bastani are joined by Wail Qassim as they discuss racist policing both sides of the Atlantic.

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3 Things You Need to Know About the Israeli Elections and the Palestinians

by Alia Al Ghussain

Netanyahu's Likud party has won the Knesset elections, confirming the Israeli PM for a fourth term. While Israel's allies laud the latest elections in 'only democracy in the Middle East', the media narrative belies the systematic disenfranchisement of Palestinians who will be negatively impacted by the results.
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#GreenSurge, What Does It Mean?

On this weeks show Aaron Bastani is joined by Adam Ramsay as they discuss the Green Surge and the relationship of the Green Party to social movements.