These articles are accessing or reviewing leftist political ideology, and how those relate to the objectives of leftist movements. Some articles may emphasize the importance of certain goals, while others may be some thoughtful considerations. In both cases, discussion is highly encouraged!
The term ‘rural community’ is very ambiguous, and as such it can be very cumbersome to define. Though some obvious characteristics of rural communities are a lower population density, a lack of social amenities, and an absence of healthcare providers relative to their urban counterparts, the rural community can also be associated with all kinds […]
By OKEZIE ADINDU and REGINA LONCAREVIC This article mirrors an article originally uploaded to Socialist Resurgence. After a week of mass organizing across Nigeria, officials announced on Sunday, Oct. 11, their intentions to dissolve the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS), a particular unit of the Nigerian Police Force known for corrupt policing and excessive use […]
Isimala and Yusuf are from Gwadabawa, the local government area of Sokoto, but both now live in Abuja Nigeria. Isimala was born 1978 (42yrs) and Yusuf 1975 (45yrs) respectively; Isimala has two wives with seven children, while Yusuf has three wives with ten children. Both reviewed that they have been farmers all their lives and […]
The DNC does not have to hold fair elections. “Neoliberal theorists are, however, profoundly suspicious of democracy. Governance by majority rule is seen as a potential threat to individual rights and constitutional liberties. Democracy is viewed as a luxury, only possible under conditions of relative affluence coupled with a strong middle-class presence to guarantee political […]
Featured image: (2018) The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) reports that Nigeria has about 139 gas flare locations spread across the Niger Delta both in onshore and offshore oil fields. Despite the global ecological devastation caused by climate change (especially in Nigeria), the Nigerian government has done little to implement legislation that will put a […]
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