“Power to disrupt: limits and possibilities of campus sit-ins” [Part 3 of the Campus Power Project] (JK)

Looks like we didn’t reblog parts one and two, but the article links to them early on, it’s worth a read.

By Jason Koslowski

The following was developed collaboratively within the Radical Education Department collective. Many thanks to ROAR Magazine, where this piece first ran in a slightly different form.  

Introduction to the Campus Power Project

This is Part 3 of the Campus Power Project: an ongoing series of interviews, articles, and podcasts.  (For Part 1 of the Campus Power Project, click here.  For Part 2, click here)

Campus struggles in the US have surged recently: at Johns Hopkins, at Yale, at Evergreen State, at the University of Pennsylvania, and well beyond.

This series aims to help take stock of our campus struggles for radical, bottom-up, antiauthoritarian power on college campuses, so that we can make those struggles more powerful in the coming years.  The focus is on concrete organizing lessons we can learn from comrades in revolt.

The media series is only one half of the…

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