Kalantar’s talk on ‘Resilience’ provided practical and inspiring tips for Usyd students to take care of their mental health in a time of uncertainty.
The session reflected on the existential tension between the politics of love and struggle in student activism.
The panellists discussed how the best expression of solidarity is to be outspoken about the Palestinian struggle.
Perhaps our homework is to write a plan for the future — in the margins — together.
USyd Enviro Collective activists oppose Morrison’s gas-led recovery and discuss climate crisis solutions in online talk.
“You can’t hand someone liberation, they have to seize it for themselves.”
A review of the seminar "Marketisation, Privatisation, and Alienation: Disability under Late Stage Capitalism" at Radical Education Week 2019