(1) Could you please identify what you think are the core defining features and institutions of society that need to be changed i.e. economic, political, cultural, gender/sexual, ecological, etc.?
The class structure, which includes private ownership of productive assets and a division of labor that separates decision-making and conceptualization from doing the work, market governance, (2) a political state, which is a polity quite separated from the people through hierarchical corporate-style control structures and not rooted in direct popular participation, an anarchic pattern of sovereign nation-states, (3) structural racism or white supremacy as reflected in things like how law enforcement and and criminal justice systems operate and economic advantage and position in the class system operate, (4) structural gender inequality, reflected in things like fairly complete privatization of caring for children and family members and the gender division of labor that this supports.
(2) What are your goals for this change, do you seek to reform them, if so with what changes, broadly? Do you seek to fundamentally replace these institutions with some others? If so what do the replacement structures look like, what are their defining features, of course in brief?
Liberate the working class from the class system, through workers taking over direct management of industry, rooted in federations of workplace assemblies, and creation of a system of participatory social planning, with assemblies in neighborhoods for negotiation with workers over what is to be produced, systematic education aimed at overcoming effects of class system through development of workers' abilities, redesign of jobs, development of social supports for child-rearing and other areas of caring, systematic investment in communities of color and other working class communities to equalize conditions of life.
(3) Who do you think the strategic actors are in achieving these goals i.e. political parties, workers, women, queers, immigrants, particular countries or regions, etc?
Some sort of mass people's alliance that links multi-racial working class-based mass organizations, rooted in workplaces (such as unions) and communities, i don't see parties playing main role, tho i think revolutionary political organizations can play a role in terms of developing a social base in working class communities, communities of the oppressed in general, for libertarian socialist ideas and program, and as organizers and activists in developing participatory mass organizations such as unions and community organizations. various kinds of movement organizations like schools for organizing and publications can play supportive roles.
(4) What tactics do you see being centrally used in achieving these changes i.e. voting, direct action, media action, strikes, demonstrations, etc.?
I see mass actions like strikes, workplace takeovers, things that disrupt business as usual and involve a lot of people, as the main actions. electoral politics is likely to play only a secondary role.
(5) How do other perspectives, which have different ideas about societal change, fit into your strategy and vision?
They are very likely to be present in, reflected in, the mass organizations. In some cases they will be a problem in sofar as they put forward proposals like old style state socialism or welfare statism. In some cases it may be possible to work out tactical agreement and partial agreement on aims.