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Weekly Roundup - 4/11

This week: Alex Kane reports on how the US fossil fuel industry has borrowed tactics from Israel advocacy groups to silence its critics. Claire Schwartz interviews Houria Bouteldja and Françoise Vergès about the French presidential elections and the need to decolonize the French left. Corey Atad talks to Israeli filmmaker Nadav Lapid about his latest film, Ahed’s Knee.

Plus, from the Soviet Issue, a work of fiction by Yelena Moskovich is now online. In the newsletter, Isaac Scher writes about the new report by the NDN Collective connecting Indigenous activism to the Palestinian struggle. And Solomon Brager illuminates virgil b/g taylor’s Minor Publics, on display at Artists Space through April 23rd, 2022.

What the Fossil Fuel Industry Learned from Anti-BDS Laws
Attacks on Israel’s critics have become the template for efforts to suppress climate activism, gun control advocacy, and other progressive movements.
Alex Kane
Waiting on the French Left to Decolonize Itself
Houria Bouteldja and Françoise Vergès on the French Presidential Elections.
Claire Schwartz
The Limitations of the Scream
Filmmaker Nadav Lapid discusses the difficulty—and dangers—of attempting to cast off his Israeli identity.
Corey Atad
Baruch Hashem
I’m white trash. Jew trash. Immigrant trash. Girl-boy trash. I’m a Casanova without a cause.
Yelena Moskovich
“The Right of Return is Landback”
In a new report, the Indigenous group NDN Collective links Palestinian and Native American struggles against settler colonialism.
Isaac Scher
The Beloved Defiles the Hands

virgil b/g taylor’s Minor Publics, on display at Artists Space through April 23rd, 2022

Solomon Brager