Trouble 23 takes a closer look at climate change, its implications, and the shortcomings of the mainstream environmental movement.
Trailer for Trouble #23: Prelude to a Disaster
In Trouble 22 we take a look at the worsening situation at the US/Mexico border, the US immigration system, and the implications of the existence of heavily militarized borders on stolen land.
The situation on the United State’s southern border continues to deteriorate, from bad to worse.
Trouble 21 looks at anti-colonial struggles in Turtle Island and Palestine.
From the genocidal aftermath of Columbus’ accidental “discovery” of the New World, to the ever-deeper encroachments of Israeli settlements into the West Bank — five hundred years of European colonialism has cast a long shadow over this world. Colonization, in its supreme arrogance, carved up the globe according to the imperial logic of accumulation, imposing… Read more »
In the 20th edition of 20, subMedia takes a closer look at the Prison-Industrial-Complex.
For those inside, the struggle against prisons is often a struggle for survival; it’s a constant fight to preserve whatever dignity you can in a place that’s designed to grind you down. For those on the outside, it is a struggle to break through the barriers of institutionalized isolation – whether physical, technical, or bureaucratic. It’s a battle to build and maintain relationships with those the state would have you forget. Prisons are constructed to be impenetrable fortresses. The fight for their abolition is a daunting one. But no matter if you’re on the inside or the outside, their continued existence is an affront to the very notion of freedom… and one that demands resistance.
In this month’s episode of Trouble, we look at technology – specifically at the growing nexus between mass data collection, artificial intelligence and surveillance.