A May Day story: the Rank and File Teachers’ Organisation in 1980s Aotearoa/New Zealand.
An update on the emergence of real-life kaiju in our timeline, including the formation of three new pairs: two Protectors, two Destroyers, and two Sapphic scientists.
This month we discuss authorial intent and audience interpretation, then review Godzilla vs Kong.
We discuss Godzilla vs Kong, with guest kaiju superfan Jase Short.
An update on the emergence of real-life kaiju in our timeline, including the clash between the North American Bird of Prey and Australian Mega-Dromaius, a decisive battle in Emu War II.
On the 10th anniversary of the Syrian Revolution, we interview exiled Syrian-Palestinian scholar-activist Razan Ghazzawi.
On the second anniversary of the March 15th Christchurch terrorist attack, we host a talk by video essayist Byron Clark on the state of the far right in Aotearoa/New Zealand
Lebanese Canadian writer and activist Jade Saab speaks about the Lebanese and regional uprisings, while Mexican-American socialist speaks about social movements in the US and Latin America.
A talk from the annual conference of Fightback Aotearoa/Australia: veteran Aotearoa/New Zealand activist Sue Bradford on organisational futures for the left.
We interview Irish scholar-activist Gavan Titley on his book Is Free Speech Racist?