Rojava, a Socialist-Feminist Bastion in Syria, is Under Siege

Since the end of the Cold War, progressives have been searching for some alternative to both these neoliberal capitalist modernity and ethnic or religious-based extremism. The Kurds are working on their version of this in praxis; they call it democratic confederalism and see women as central to its development. Their experiment and the lessons we can learn from it are desperately important to all of us for the future. Defending Rojava is part of defending our own ability to imagine something new.

Read at The Indypendent.

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