One day after the Rana Plaza collapse in April 2013, Taslima Akhter photographed the ruins in what she saw as an act of remembrance, writes Vijay Prashad.
Tag: Karl Marx
The Perils of Pious Neoliberalism
Amid extreme wealth inequality, Vijay Prashad considers the appeal of reactionary new religious traditions that measure salvation in the present balance of your bank account.
Craig Murray: Marx Was Right
The crisis of capitalism is now upon us. There are no palliative measures that will make the situation bearable.
Using Das Kapital as a Pillow
Many Marxists in colonized zones had never read Marx, writes Vijay Prashad in this sampling of influential leftists, many from peasant societies, who built theories appropriate to their own context.
Our Distance from Dirt
Many of us on the African continent clutch our unethically sourced pearls and briefly confront the ugly truths about our consumption, writes Takondwa Semphere. But then we forget.