The reactionary playbook in action
Worth watching this blow-by-blow run-through of the reactionary playbook by Julia H-B.
Are we the baddies…?
“How to avoid the culture war traps being laid by Nigel Farage's latest climate denial campaign.” Tips on what to do and what not to do in response to mounting reactionary narratives.
They are ‘civilised’ and ‘look like us’: the racist coverage of Ukraine
“Are Ukrainians more deserving of sympathy than Afghans and Iraqis?” Revealing the nakedly racist commentary in western mainstream media.
Stories For Life – Animation
A short new animation seeking to convey the core ideas at the heart of the Stories For Life work.
The Great Simplification
An accessible new animation series based on the podcast of the same name, in which Nate Hagens “explores the systems science underpinning the human predicament.”
Calling all artists: the Climate Crisis is recruiting
A rallying cry to “seed new norms and beliefs, and germinate visions of a more climate just and safe future”. With Megha Agrawal Sood, Emily Wanja, Andrea Ixchíu Hernández, Geeta Persad, Vanessa Nakate and Farhana Yamin.
The Long-time Academy
If you haven’t already spent time with Ella’s podcast, it’s well worth it. The practice sessions are a great option for anyone feeling the need for a moment to pause and reflect.
Leveraging pop culture for social change
A deep, instructive conversation with the authors of New Brave World, exploring opportunities and for leveraging pop culture for social change, with examples.
Web3: A Map in Search of Territory
An exploration of the ‘performativity’ of the narrative around Web3, and the venture capitalists who are wielding it in their attempt to “privatise the future”.
Standing up for our values
Worth a careful read of this anti-woke speech to the climate-denying US think tank The Heritage Foundation.
UK Referendum on Immigration & Case for Net Zero – For Immigration
UKIP attempt to go one further than the Net Zero Watch crowd by claiming the ‘net zero’ language for their immigration agenda.