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#Badartworldtour in Northern England Great Success. 

#Badartworldtour in Northern England Great Success. 

by Paul Gerrard Skipton is a quiet market town better known as the ‘Gateway to the Yorkshire Dales’ than it is for revolution. But on Friday 6th October socialist artists and activists, as well as the general public, from Manchester, Lancashire ...

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Trump v the arts

Trump v the arts

Article By George Martin Fell Brown On the eve of his inauguration as president of the United States, Donald Trump announced his plan for a vicious round of cuts to social services. In all, it would amount to a reduction ...

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Interview: Holger Burner, revolutionary German rapper

Interview: Holger Burner, revolutionary German rapper

Holger Burner is a socialist rapper, activist and member of Sozialistische Alternative (Socialist Alternative) in Hamburg, Germany. He started releasing his own music in 2006, and has so far released four solo albums and one album with the rapper Albino. ...

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Heroic volunteers of freedom

Heroic volunteers of freedom

2017 marks the 80th Anniversary of the sinking of the ocean liner ‘Ciudad de Barcelona’ (City of Barcelona).The ship was carrying ‘International Brigadistas’ – socialist volunteers who fought alongside Spanish revolutionaries in the 1936-9 civil war against General Francisco Franco’s ...

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Surrealism’s place in the fight against capitalism

Surrealism’s place in the fight against capitalism

by Peter Harris “Surrealist art retains great popularity – in profitable, blockbuster exhibitions, and its prominence in modern art museums. Its immense influence on art, film, writing and many other media continues unabated today. It may be mentioned from time ...

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Let’s keep music revolutionary

Let’s keep music revolutionary

Is musical innovation stagnating under neoliberal capitalism? Koerian Verbesselt investigates. Español In capitalist society, many critics tend to deify artists; treat them as godlike, as if they had access to some special and hidden source of inspiration, spurring their artistic ...

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OAKLAND’S GHOST SHIP FIRE: WHO’S REALLY TO BLAME?

OAKLAND’S GHOST SHIP FIRE: WHO’S REALLY TO BLAME?

This article was published by socialistalternative.org in the USA Nathalie, 23, a native Oaklander who would sometimes pay the $10 cover to see music at Ghost Ship was out of town when texts started flooding in Friday night asking, “Are you okay?” ...

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