Black Rose Books, in global collaboration with other organizations, scholars, activists, and university departments, organized a conference (5-8 of February) to celebrate Peter Kropotkin’s life and work. This conference commemorated 100 years since his death on February 8th, 1921.
Kropotkin is undoubtedly one of the most important anarchist thinkers to understand the vision, and action, needed for positive transformative change. His legacy is critically important and needs to be shared so that others can know about his values and what he dedicated his life towards.
As a multi-disciplinary scholar, he argued that the centralized bureaucratic state and capitalism are antithetical to a sustainable and just society.
Below we publish videos from all of the conference’s days and their program: