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Writing While Black: Mayworks 2017 workshop

UTA is pleased to co-present the workshop “Writing While Black: Exploring Urgency, Access, and Intersectionality” as part of Mayworks 2017, facilitated by Whitney French.

Books for Review

Two new books for review! Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds by adrienne maree brown and Anti-Book: On the Art and Politics of Radical Publishing by Nicholas Thoburn.

Call for Submissions - Issue 20

We’re organizing the next issue of Upping the Anti! We are calling on all activists and writers to share lessons learned through organizing! Deadline for pitches is May 1, 2017.

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Love is in the Air: Upping the Anti’s Anti-Valentine’s Day Party

Dreading the bitter taste of cinnamon hearts and boundless heteronormativity of the impending Hallmark holiday? Rekindle your romance with Upping the Anti and dance away your ennui at our Anti-Valentine’s Day party!

Prospects for Syria: Revolution, Counter Revolution, and Solidarity

Join us for a panel discussion on February 9, 2017 with Joseph Daher, Leila Al-Shami, Shiar Neyo, and Mostafa Henaway. Moderated by Dr. Jens Hannsen.

Job Posting: Communications Coordinator With Upping the Anti and Media Action Research Group

Upping the Anti is looking for a creative, independent and well-networked Communications Coordinator for 15 hours a week for six months. This person will work with the editorial committee to help improve the operations and presence of Upping the Anti in activist communities.

Call for Submissions - for Issue 19

We’re organizing the next issue of Upping the Anti! We are calling on all activists and writers to consider publishing their latest political treatise! Deadline for pitches is Sep 30th, 2016

New Interventions Pamphlet by Kris Hermes on Jail Solidarity

With the Republican National Convention just weeks away in Cleveland, Upping the Anti is pleased to publish an article on the importance of jail solidarity in radical social movements. Giving a history of a range of mass demonstrations from world economic organizations to national conventions in the US, Hermes discusses the importance of jail solidarity tactics for activists today. Read the pamphlet here and you can also download it, reproduce and distribute!