an inventory of transformational ideas, documents, quotes and conversations
You say you want a revolution? The Radical Democracy Electronic Book is ready for download. 165 shareable quotes and graphic memes. 18 original interviews. An archive of manifestos and other radical documents. All free.
Including interviews with... Moumita Ahmed People for Bernie Sanders, Millennials for Revolution Alan Haber Students for a Democratic Society, Meggido Peace Project Yotom Moram Occupy Wall Street, Occupy Sandy, Wildfire Project Dominique Scott United Students Against Sweatshops, Movement for Black Lives Tom Hayden Students for a Democratic Society & anti-war organizer Nabil Hassein Movement For Black Lives & Millions March Winnie Wong People for Bernie Sanders, Occupy Sandy, Occupy Wall Street Maria Svart Democratic Socialists of America Joshua Kahn Russel 350.org, Wild Fire Project Bill Ayers Weather Underground, SDS, Education Reform Bob Moses Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, the Algebra Project David Ian Robin Millennials for Bernie Sanders, Millennials for Revolution ...and many more.
Our Dominique Scott interview in Medium.com: "It’s imperative for people to understand the historical, social, economic, and political context of our movement in relation to previous movements. Our movements are separated only by time and space."
Democratic radicalism is renewing itself around the basically moral proposition: People should have the opportunity to participate in shaping the decisions and the conditions of economic, political and cultural existence which affect their lives and destinies. The Radical Education Project 1964
We need a mass movement to transform our country economically, politically, socially and environmentally. When people stand together, and are prepared to fight back, there is nothing that can’t be accomplished. Bernie Sanders 2016
We come to you at a time when corporations, which place profit over people, self-interest over justice, and oppression over equality, run our governments… Join us and let your voices be heard! Declaration of the Occupation of New York City 2011