Archive for the ‘Rouge Forum Updates’ Category

Rouge Forum Dispatch: Organizing Across Borders and Continents

Sunday, December 7th, 2014

We Say Fight Back! International Conference on Inequalty and Education organized in the main by Vikas Gupta (left) Modern Transformations and the Challenges of Inequalities in Education in India Nov.27-29, 2014 (complete conference brochure) Bhopal actions this week led by Anil Sadgopal, Radikha Menon, Vikas Gupta, and thousands more.  All-India Shiksha Sangharsh Yatra-2014  Being […]

Rouge Forum Dispatch: John Adams: “The Great Question is–Who Shall Do the Work?”

Saturday, November 15th, 2014

We Say Fight Back! Class War University  Class War University is a common project and informal network of cooperation—composing resources for anti-capitalist, decolonial, abolitionist, feminist, queer, anti-authoritarian movements on the terrain of universities and beyond. ‘UNIVERSITY’ or ‘U’ has a triple meaning here: 1) WHO WE ARE: the original sense of ‘university’ as the totality […]

Rouge Forum Dispatch: Who Won the “Election”? The Perpetual War Parties.

Sunday, November 9th, 2014

NobWe Say Fight Back! Mexico’s Marxist Students Kidnapped and murdered by State Fascists  In their first week of school, the new students eat and drink nothing but beans and cold coffee, and spend sleepless days cleaning up the buildings and planting crops. It is a “boot camp” to foster a sense of community and prove […]

Rouge Forum Dispatch: “If Voting Mattered—they wouldn’t let us do it.” (reference below)

Saturday, November 1st, 2014

We Say Fight Back! On Roediger’s Wages of Whiteness by Theodore W. Allen1  According to the consensus, the relative absence of manifestations of class conscious American labor is to be ascribed to six peculiar factors of United States historical development: 1) the existence, from the very founding of the state, of the right to vote […]

Rouge Forum Dispatch: Also Overcoming the Inner Cop.

Saturday, October 25th, 2014

We Say Fight Back! Thousands Protest in Mexico as Investigation Reveals Depth of Corruption   Protesters in Mexico have taken to the streets this week, striking at universities and setting fire to government buildings as the anger surrounding the disappearance of 43 students from a rural teaching college continues to mount. Thousands of people marched in demonstrations […]