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  • Joyce Nelson
    January 17, 2022: Joyce Nelson will be missed.

  • In memoriam: Joyce Nelson
    January 17, 2022: Joyce Nelson, the author of seven books and hundreds of articles, died last week.

  • Gail Omvedt: US sociologist who ‘lived by her principles’ among India’s poor
    September 29, 2021: The respected academic, who has died aged 80, was a leading anti-caste campaigner and fought tirelessly for women’s rights.

  • Remembering Murray Dobbin: activist, intellectual, mentor, friend
    September 27, 2021: Neoliberal myth-buster. Far right exposer. Movement philosopher. Activist mentor. Murray Dobbin was all of these.

  • Remembering Don Weitz
    September 3, 2021: Activist Don Weitz has died at the age of 90.

  • Robert Moses: An Equal Rights Militant in a Land of Unfulfilled Promises
    August 4, 2021: Robert Parris Moses died last week. He was a champion of civil rights through voter registration in the American South in the 1960s and later through his Algebra Project.

  • Remembering Otelo Carvalho: from colonial war to revolution
    July 26, 2021: Otelo Saraiva de Carvalho, a key figure in the “Carnation Revolution” which transformed Portugal in the 1970s, died on Sunday.

  • Auschwitz survivor and fighter against fascism Esther Bejarano has died
    July 13, 2021: Esther Bejarano tirelessly warned against radical right-wing forces gaining influence again. In recent years, she spoke out with a strong voice against the growing shift to the right and the development of war.

  • In Memory of Ernie Tate (1934-2021)
    February 12, 2021: The socialist movement lost an outstanding educator and organizer with the passing of Ernest (Ernie) Tate.

  • Jesse Vorst
    January 28, 2021: Remembering Jesse Vorst 1940 - 2020

  • The remarkable life and progressive legacy of Ed Finn
    January 8, 2021: Ed Finn was a historian, an activist, an adviser, a colleague, a shop steward, a mentor, a pun-master, and a surrogate great-uncle to the children of his co-workers.

  • Leo Panitch and the Socialist Project
    December 26, 2020: The death of Leo Panitch has made the world a darker place. His writings have carried us through some of the most difficult periods in the history of the socialist left, as wave after wave of the neoliberal onslaught broke workers’ organizations, serving up one defeat after the next. Leo’s work sustained so many of us during these years, pushing us on and pointing the way through the storm.

  • Leo Panitch (1945-2020) - “An irreparable loss”
    December 22, 2020: The global left has suffered an irreparable loss with the passing of Leo Panitch this weekend. He was incredibly warm, inviting, and generous to others. And he remained committed to the end to the cause of socialism and human emancipation.

  • Robert Fisk had True Independence of Mind, Which is Why He Angered Governments and Parts of the Media
    Robert Fisk, who died on 30 October, 2020, spent almost half a century reporting war and civil wars in the Middle East and elsewhere. He understood that people who are trying to kill each other will not hesitate to lie about each other, and about anybody, notably about journalists, whose information – particularly if it is true – they deem not to be in their interests.

  • Robert Fisk – Death Of A “Controversial” Journalist
    Robert Fisk, the Independent’s Middle East correspondent, died on 30 October aged 74.

  • RIP Betty Dodson, Sex Revolutionary
    The great sex revolutionary and Godmother of Masturbation, Dr. Betty Dodson (1929-2020), one of my most beloved mentors, died on the Blue Moon of Halloween night.

  • Miriam Garfinkle
    September 15, 2018: Miriam Garfinkle 1954 - 2018

  • Ali Mustafa
    Podur, Justin
    Ali Mustafa was a Canadian freelance journalist and activist. He died with seven Syrians in an airstrike by the Assad government in the Hadariya neighbourhood of Aleppo on March 9, 2014.
    Conundrum - Syriza, Democracy And The Death Of A Saudi Tyrant
    Media Lens
    It's always a tricky moment for the corporate media when a foreign leader dies. The content and tone need to be appropriate, moulded to whether that leader fell into line with Western policies or not.

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