Browsing: Red But Dead
Siva’s understanding of race, class and imperialism, and of humanity in general, will continue to inspire resistance to injustice and hope for socialism.
Metzger launched the auto destructive art movement in protest at rising consumerism, proliferation of capitalism, and building of nuclear weapons.
The radicalism of John Berger, who has died aged 90, was wholly reliable and outspoken and he will be an inspiration for generations to come.
John Berger, author and visionary critic died on 2 January 2017, aged 90. His inspirational work and life is captured poignantly in this BBC film.
Fidel Castro was a towering champion of the oppressed, but we shouldn’t ignore the limits of the socialism he helped build.
“A theater, a literature, an artistic expression that does not speak for its own time has no relevance.” – Dario Fo
Richard Neville, editor, writer and broadcaster, publisher of the iconic magazine Oz.
Mike wore his politics and his love of play proudly and both were beacons for those looking for some wisdom, direction or just a kind word.
David King , designer, writer, artist, photographer, collector died suddenly on 11 May 2016, aged 73.
“Death… the most awful of evils is nothing to us, seeing that when we are, death is not yet, and when death comes, we are not.” – Epicurus
In a world where allegiances, principles, prejudices and beliefs change with easy cynicism, Paul Foot was a steadfast beacon of integrity.