Tess Lee Ack
Tess Lee Ack
Archie Roach: 1956–2022
Tess Lee Ack

Archie Roach’s sons, Amos and Eban, have given permission for their father’s name and image to be used “so that his legacy will continue to inspire”.

'Pravda': mirror of the revolution
Tess Lee Ack

'Pravda', the newspaper indelibly associated with the Bolshevik Party and the Russian Revolution, means 'truth'. It’s an appropriate name for a publication that set out to relate and generalise the experiences and struggles of the Russian working class, which was numerically small and scattered over a vast area in the early twentieth century.

Rosa Luxemburg and the German revolution
Luxemburg and the German revolution
Tess Lee Ack

The carnage of World War I was ended by revolution in Germany. It began in November 1918 with a mutiny of sailors in Kiel. The revolt spread like lightning among Germany’s war-weary and increasingly rebellious workers. All over the country, workers’ and soldiers’ councils were elected and held effective power. Within a matter of days, the monarchy collapsed.

A history of the culture wars
Tess Lee Ack

Australia has an active and influential right wing movement, despite having one of the strongest social democratic movements in the world. 

Merry hell at Merri Health
Tess Lee Ack

“When community health is under attack, what do we do?”

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