“I don’t believe in borders, I don’t like flags, I have no boundaries.
My only homeland: friendship, love and justice for all.”
Dedicated to the memory of
Myra Landau (1926–2018)
We are very excited to announce the launch of our eighth issue, on revolutionary internationalism in the twenty-first century. Beyond the Border features important contributions by a group of world-leading scholars, activists and organizers on the necessity of organizing across and beyond the border in the fields of workers’ internationalism, feminist internationalism, no-border activism, migrant and refugee solidarity, Black internationalism and much more.
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A selection from the issue’s content:
Women’s Internationalism against Global Patriarchy
Women’s liberation is at its heart a struggle for the liberation of all humanity from the most treacherous and insidious forms of oppression and domination. Read on ROAR
Africa’s Place in the Radical Imagination
Our internationalist concerns for Africa must necessarily transcend the flattened talking points to which the continent is frequently reduced in our discourses. Read on ROAR
Workers of the World
To avert a descent into barbarism, the labor movement must develop an effective and innovative internationalist praxis uniting workers across borders. Read on ROAR
Beyond the Border Kaleidoscope
As borders change, they pose new challenges for migrant movements — yet those same movements also continue to radically transform the borders they oppose. Read on ROAR
Translocal Solidarity and the New Municipalism
Laura Roth & Bertie Russell
By conceiving of transformative social change in “translocal” terms, the municipalist movement enables us to redefine internationalism for our times. Read on ROAR
Towards a New Internationalism
Thomas Jeffrey Miley
If the class struggle is to be reignited, we must denounce the left’s resurgent social chauvinism. The worker, once again, must come to realize that she has no country. Read on ROAR