Radical? Socialist? Green? Feminist? Red Pepper has been the voice of dissent spicing up politics for 20 years!
Defiant in its search for the truth, Red Pepper
is a leading dissenting voice in British politics, independent of all political parties, debunking the myths that exist to protect powerful interests.
It seeks to be a space for debate, a resource for all movements for social justice, consistently internationalist and a home for anyone who wants a world based on equality, meaningful democracy and freedom.
Red Pepper is a non-profit magazine and exists because all those involved believe the left needs publications which are non-sectarian yet unafraid to take a stand, radical yet undogmatic, and thoughtful yet orientated on real-world activism.
The ongoing genocide in Gaza demands an unambiguous, anti-racist, anti-imperialist and internationalist response. The latest issue of Red Pepper is a platform to bear witness to this new phase of Israel’s 75-year settler colonial project, as told by Palestinian writers, and to forge spaces of solidarity not saviourism. Featuring Toufic Haddad, Helga Tawil-Souri and Maura Finkelstein.
The issue also assesses the Labour Party, on the brink of power with scant promise of change. David Edgerton, Andrew Fisher, Nick Cosburn and John McDonnell MP survey challenges ahead – for government, workers and the left. The essay charts Portugal's 'carnation revolution', which started 50 years ago, while Yasmin Gunatnam and Mike Dibb remember Stuart Hall, a decade after his death, alongside an exclusive, previously unpublished Hall text. Plus books, regulars and more.