We cannot maintain a pretense of being revolutionary without defining a revolutionary subject. We cannot objectively be revolutionary unless we … Continue reading Where the Proletari-at? Introduction to Uprising Volume 7 by Comrade Amil K.
The following essay is Part I in the four-part series The Specter that Still Haunts: Locating a Revolutionary Class within … Continue reading What It Is, What It Ain’t: Part I of ‘The Specter that Still Haunts’ Series
Revolutionary Initiative is pleased to announce a new four-part series from Comrade Kenny Lake to appear on our website and … Continue reading The Specter that Still Haunts: Locating a Revolutionary Class within Contemporary Capitalism-Imperialism – A Four Part Series
A Framework for Developing a Program of Revolutionary Multinational Struggle by Comrade Stella B (With contributions from Comrade Pierce and … Continue reading Class Analysis and Class Structure in Canada (Second Version)
Second Version, July 2015 by Stella B. The following document is part two in a two-part series: the first of … Continue reading Revolutionary Feminism: Economic Transformation and Women’s Liberation – Comrade Stella B.
Introduction to Issue #6 of Uprising: The Theoretical Journal of Revolutionary Initiative Issue #6 of Uprising has been a long … Continue reading Sum up, surge forward – Editorial Intro to Uprising #6
by Amil K. Preface A major internal assessment of leadership development practices in our organization has prompted me to revisit … Continue reading The Pedagogy of the Party: Reflections on communist leadership development in light of Freire, Gramsci, and Mao – Comrade Amil K.