We here at Conjuncture would like to extend a firm hug to all our readers, supporters, and friends on this May Day.
We appreciate the time that you have given us. In light of the day, here are some quotes to brighten your first of May.
“Never be deceived that the rich will permit you to vote away their wealth.” — Lucy González Parsons
“Our work will not be lost — nothing in this world ever is. Drops of water, invisible as they are, accomplish forming the ocean.” — Mikhail Bakunin
“I have preferred to speak of the impossible, because of the possible, there is too much that is already known.” — Silvio Rodríguez
“Radical simply means ‘grasping things at the root’.” — Angela Davis
“First hunger, then ethics.” — Bertold Brecht
“Now, comrades, now is the time to decide to change sides. We must shake off the great mantle of night which has enveloped us, and reach for the light. The new day which is dawning must find us determined, enlightened, and resolute.” — Franz Fanon
“The struggle of man [sic] against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting.” ― Milan Kundera
“With all the sincerity of my honest consciousness, I invite you to awaken.” — Ricardo Flores Magón
“Where there is power, there is resistance.” — Michel Foucault
“and so on and so on.” — Slavoj Zizek