The Educator – #007

The Educator – #007

  Last updated 06/11/2023 Home Secretary Suella Braverman recently revealed she will “not hesitate” in changing the law to crackdown on basic forms of solidarity, particularly after pro-Palestine rallies were held across the country amid the ongoing siege in...
The Educator – #006

The Educator – #006

This month’s local elections were very, very bad for Rishi Sunak. Voters overwhelmingly abandoned a Tory Party which has itself abandoned them to poverty while allowing corporate profits to soar. Despite high abstention rates, we were delighted to see the...
The Educator – #005

The Educator – #005

Something is stirring in Britain. As another economic crisis savages the country, the ruling class strike up a familiar tune: it’s the working class who should pay the price; runaway corporate profits are untouchable; ‘there’s nothing we can do’. Collectively, the...
The Educator – #005

The Educator – #004

⬤ Putin’s war Putin’s war on Ukraine has led to thousands of deaths, upended the world order, and intensified the global energy crisis. At home in Britain, it has led to an outpouring of support for Ukrainian refugees – if not for black and brown people fleeing...
The Educator – #005

The Educator – #003

⬤ Don’t Think Like a Liberal Last month, the current Labour leadership declared that the party is opposed to the ‘Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions’ movement, which aims to pressure the Israeli government into ending its illegal treatment of Palestinians using tactics...

The Educator – #002

⬤ Why is this topic important? How should white people relate to black people? What does it mean for men to support women’s struggles for equality? How should people who aren’t direct victims of certain forms of oppression relate to others who are? And what about the...