Submitted by Nao on Mar 18 2015 17:24
Many friends and associates of the five feminists detained on March 7 are still in hiding, but one was willing to meet for an interview on March 16. The fact of their detainment has been widely reported in the international media, but so far little analysis has been offered, so this interview focuses on questions such as: what is unique about this case? Why were these individuals targeted? Why, in the Xi regime’s crackdown on civil society in general, does it seem especially afraid of feminism?
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Mar 27 2015 01:09
The first part of a speech given at the Howard Zinn Bookfair in 2014 on Take Back the Land, Occupy Our Home, and burgeoning housing movements after the financial crisis.
Submitted by Steven. on Mar 25 2015 00:29
In an almost unprecedented move, rank-and-file Unison representatives in councils and schools voted in a special conference earlier today to tear up the 2014-16 pay deal which union leaders drew up with Labour Party officials and submit a new pay claim on top.
Submitted by Empire Logistics on Mar 22 2015 23:28
On 14 March 2015, two dozen rank-and-file railroad workers, as well as nine refinery workers who had recently been on strike, gathered in Richmond, California for a conference with the purpose of building bridges with ecologists, especially given the recent spate of oil train derailments and explosions.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Mar 22 2015 14:38
Article on nationalism and its divisive effect between workers, with a focus on warehouse workers in West London.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Mar 22 2015 14:29
Experiences from Sainsbury's/Wincanton distribution centre in Greenford
Submitted by Nao on Mar 21 2015 17:52
An Indonesian migrant domestic worker recently died in a Hong Kong work agency hostel. We re-post an article from WKNews that examines the collusion between Hong Kong authorities, the Indonesian government and private agencies and the effect it has on the situation of Indonesian migrant workers in Hong Kong.
Submitted by Angry Language ... on Mar 21 2015 16:59
The IWW members at the Leicester Square School of English would like to send our fullest solidarity to the workers at the Dublin A2Z language school who, much like ourselves, have experienced the callous indifference of TEFL bosses.
Submitted by Phil on Mar 20 2015 19:56
“Red” Len McCluskey is once more rattling his sabre ahead of the General Election. But don’t expect it to ever be drawn. Here’s five reasons why.
Submitted by Phil on Mar 17 2015 14:53
An analysis of the Civil Service Rank & File Network, which emerged in late 2012, and its impact during its brief existence.
Submitted by Nate on Mar 17 2015 03:44
Article that appeared in the book The End of the World as We Know It?
Submitted by Nao on Mar 13 2015 19:17
Translation of a statement by the partner of "Da Tu" (Giant Rabbit), one of the feminists detained on March 7, focusing on mutual aid between feminists and workers, with solidarity photos workers have posted online. Followed by translation of a petition by students at Da Tu's alma mater, Sun Yat-sen University (one of many petitions circulating in China, despite censorship).
Submitted by Thrasybulus on Mar 8 2015 18:37
Anarchists have occupied Syriza's headquarters in Athens as an act of solidarity with an ongoing hunger strike.
Submitted by Out of the Woods on Mar 6 2015 18:25
In this fourth installment on our series on food and climate, we look at the dynamics of capitalist agriculture in terms of production, class formation, and the ‘metabolic rift’ in the nitrogen cycle.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Mar 4 2015 01:39
Submitted by s.nappalos on Mar 3 2015 13:12
This is an article exploring the relevance of the concept of time to libertarian social struggle, and the construction of time under capitalism as a tool of exploitation.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Mar 2 2015 11:30
We want to present the first issue of our local newspaper and invite you to collaborate with us in future.
Submitted by Phil on Mar 1 2015 10:55
While there are many pieces talking generally about the problems and limitations of representative democracy, this series looks at and debunks specific 'tactical voting' strategies and election narratives from an anti-electoral, working class perspective.
Submitted by Juan Conatz on Mar 1 2015 07:47
A 2011 interview with Juan Conatz about the protests in Wisconsin.
Submitted by Phil on Feb 28 2015 11:19
The fifth in a series looking at and debunking specific 'tactical voting' strategies and election narratives from an anti-electoral perspective.