Struggles of Women* on the Move
While all of them face intersecting forms of visible and invisible violence, making border crossing even more dangerous and lethal for women, we know that women on the move are more than what they are reduced to, and that they bear a power and a strength that no border is able to defeat. Continue reading
The Struggle of Women Across the Sea
What falls out of sight through the constant repetition of victimhood narratives are the moments of survival, political agency, and resistance that demonstrate migrant women’s tenacity and the ways in which they transform themselves, others, and the spaces they pass through on their journeys. Continue reading
“Disobedient Movement,” Rescues and Repression in the Mediterranean
As always, new revisions to border enforcement make migratory journeys more lengthy, costly, and deadly. Continue reading
The EU kills! Ferries not Frontex!
AntiNote: Call to Days of Rage and Direct Action First they came for the refugees, and I said nothing… A regime operating on a combination of racist selfishness and cultural nationalism that kills thousands of refugees at its borders–and surveils, harasses, detains, and marginalizes them within its borders–will not be capable of preventing the rise… Continue reading
“Die EU tötet Flüchtlinge: Fähren statt Frontex!”
Sie kamen zuerst für die Flüchtlinge, und ich sagte nichts. Continue reading
The Antidote Writers Collective seeks to resist and counteract the poisons that course through the veins of our politics, our cultures, our movements, our relationships, ourselves.
We believe that a strong collective immune system is built through knowledge and understanding and that the struggle against division and repression requires building a new culture of discussion that goes beyond flat definitions, brittle ideologies, stubborn dogmas, idle preconceptions, and petty rivalries.
We will share knowledge with each other, aiming to build empathy, and in turn enable the emergence of genuine solidarity—one which does not demand uniformity across contexts, one which does not “include” you, but in which you include yourself.
In this spirit, we will provide a platform for a diverse set of voices, especially for those otherwise silenced or ignored in “mainstream” discussions. We want to hear from people engaged in radical struggles all over the world. We seek neither agreement nor conflict, but rather to identify issues at their roots, and to consider different radical approaches to their resolution. And though we at the Antidote Writers Collective have voices—and we will use them—we will not presume to speak for anybody.
On the contrary, we invite you to offer us new ways of thinking, new ways of seeing. It’s not about establishing a space for comfy ideological self-indulgence, but for questions, for a true diversity of voices and viewpoints, and for turning all of this into action.
One World. One Struggle.
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“… in the midst of putative peace, you could, like me, be unfortunate enough to stumble on a silent war. The trouble is that once you see it, you can’t unsee it. And once you’ve seen it, keeping quiet, saying nothing, becomes as political an act as speaking out. There’s no innocence. Either way, you’re accountable.” – Arundhati Roy
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