Radical History

Radical History

This short article explores the history of Kinder Scout, a mountain in the Peak District of England. In the 1930’s, a number of working class people gathered to walk on the mountain in an act of civil disobedience. This protest against access to countryside...
The People’s March For Jobs

The People’s March For Jobs

In this piece Aimee reflects on the impact of unemployment and poverty in her community, and on the political importance of union organising and grassroots resistance. By Aimee Wild On May 1st 1981, 280 men and women left Liverpool to walk to London. My father was...
By Any Means Necessary?

By Any Means Necessary?

In November 2019, DGR UK hosted an event in London titled By Any Means Necessary? Diversity of Tactics in the Fight for Life on Earth. The event featured a panel discussion between four long-time environmental and social activists: Lierre Keith, radical feminist...