“Neither liberal nor social democratic policies have a structured approach to understanding imperialism, including its ecological history”
Alejandro Pedregal – in conversation with Max Ajl
Cinematic time and the accumulation of ecosocial crises
In his essay, researcher and filmmaker Alejandro Pedregal traces back to the early days of cinema. The new art form emerged during a capitalist era which had fundamentally altered our perception of time.
Cuban medical internationalism has been a core component of the revolution
“If the small economy of Cuba can improve the health of millions of the world’s people, imagine what could be accomplished if America’s enormous productive capacity changed from creating useless and destructive junk to producing what people throughout the world actually need.”