We are Everywhere: The Irresistible Rise of Global Anticapitalism

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In 1994, indigenous Zapatista rebels emerged from the rainforest shouting Ya Basta in defiance of the birth of the North American Free Trade Agreement. This tiny band of women and men rekindled a radical resistance movement, that was to gain momentum and inspire a whole new generation. Announcing the end of the end of history, and opposition to global neo-liberalism, their cry was heard and echoed around the globe. From urban street reclaimers in London and land squatters in Brazil, to Indian farmers protesting GM crops and the Italian White Overall Movement, spontaneous uprisings found common interests and a shared enemy - global capital. summit has been wreathed in tear-gas, the new movement has matured into a massive political force - flexible, strategic and able to resist and adapt to the increasingly brutal response by various states. The editors of the publishing project have been on the frontline of the movement, working as activists and writers, story chasers and documentarians.

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