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.
This summer Africa faced wildfires and ensuing drought while hundreds of people on the move drowned in the Mediterranean. These social and ecological crises, the defining issues of our time, are deeply linked and are addressed in our latest issue. We spotlight writers, illustrators, and poets including Kevin Ochieng Okoth and Muzan Alneel exploring the historical significance, complexities, and future of Pan-Africanism.
The World Transformed festival returns to Liverpool this October. Our TWT section takes us 'back to basics' on topics including Marxism, electoral strategy, 'just transitions' to net zero and histories of borders and imperialism.
Our culture section tackles marriage with a dip into socialist history through the Red Pepper archives and personal reflections on feminism from Sophie Lewis and Hilary Wainwright. Our Debate asks: Should the TUC be abolished? Plus book reviews, previews, our regular columns and more!