<i>The Volcano</i> publishes news for working-class, low income, and Indigenous peoples across British Columbia, Canada. The newspaper is printed and distributed four times a year, and also maintains a web presence at <a href=”http://thevolcano.org”>thevolcano.org</a>. Each week <i>The Volcano</i> publishes an online newsletter with articles and updates on events, actions, and politics around British Columbia and beyond.

Recent Volcano Articles

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  • Defining terms in Marxist Center April 15, 2021
    On the first weekend of March, Marxist Center, a network of socialist and anarchist organizations mostly based in the US, held its second Convention. The annual Convention was cancelled in 2020 because of the Covid-19 pandemic, so this Convention was tasked with covering a lot of ground, dealing with two years of organizational and political […]
    The Editors
  • The shipwreck of the singular: On the future of the Marxist Center April 15, 2021
    Red Braid members made two presentations at the Marxist Center’s 2021 Convention: on “basebuilding,” a unifying concept for Marxist Center, and on the future of Marxist Center. The Volcano is publishing these two presentations in order to share our perspectives on basic problems of terminology that, we believe, underlie many of the discussions related to […]
    Ivan Drury
  • Basebuilding means making revolutionary politics relevant April 15, 2021
    Red Braid members made two presentations at the Marxist Center’s 2021 Convention: on “basebuilding,” a unifying concept for Marxist Center, and on the future of Marxist Center. The Volcano is publishing these two presentations in order to share our perspectives on basic problems of terminology that, we believe, underlie many of the discussions related to […]
    listen chen
  • “The IIO is blocking our access to justice”: Din family speaks out against BC’s sham police oversight April 14, 2021
    In August 2019, Ridge Meadows RCMP officers responded to a call for an ambulance to bring Kyaw Din to the hospital. His sister, Yin Yin, had called 911 because Kyaw was experiencing mild mental confusion and she wanted help. Instead, the police refused to wait for her elder siblings to arrive, barged into Kyaw’s bedroom […]
    The Volcano
  • Fighting oppressive power along the continuum of harms April 13, 2021
    The Volcano is publishing a series of excerpts from documents prepared for Red Braid Alliance for Decolonial Socialism‘s 2021 Winter Assembly, where we reflected on our successes and failures in 2020 and articulated visions and strategies for the coming year. Among the strategy documents, there are a number of theoretical pieces that expand on Red […]
    Red Braid Alliance
  • Anti-racist struggle: In defence of autonomous struggle April 13, 2021
    The Volcano is publishing a series of excerpts from documents prepared for Red Braid Alliance for Decolonial Socialism‘s 2021 Winter Assembly, where we reflected on our successes and failures in 2020 and articulated visions and strategies for the coming year. Among the strategy documents, there are a number of theoretical pieces that expand on Red […]
    Red Braid Alliance
  • Abolish “the homeless” from autonomous working class and Indigenous struggle April 13, 2021
    The Volcano is publishing a series of excerpts from documents prepared for Red Braid Alliance for Decolonial Socialism‘s 2021 Winter Assembly, where we reflected on our successes and failures in 2020 and articulated visions and strategies for the coming year. Among the strategy documents, there are a number of theoretical pieces that expand on Red […]
    Red Braid Alliance

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