Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Feb 3 2016 00:42
Portland Tenants United leads a rally and march to confront rising retaliation and discrimination against tenants, which they say will only be solved by creating tenant power through direct action.
Submitted by Soapy on Jan 28 2016 14:42
The US claims to be fighting a war on groups like al-Qaeda and ISIS, but you wouldn't know it by looking its actions in countries like Yemen.
Submitted by StrugglesInItaly on Jan 25 2016 23:00
Steel workers in Genoa, Italy, occupied their factory in opposition to insecurity at work as a result of management corruption. Workers stopped work and blocked traffic, cutting the city in half.
Submitted by Soapy on Jan 25 2016 04:46
In my last blog post I took a look at the US downing of Iran Air 655. In this post I will show how the Iranians took an eye for an eye. Part 2 of 3.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Jan 11 2016 00:35
As Portland slips into a declared "renter state of emergency," tenants are being pushed out of the city as rents skyrocket and greedy landlords strip renters of their stability and voice. Now, Portland Tenants United, the newest tenants union in Portland, is launching a citywide campaign with a rally and march geared to take the tenant rights movement to the next level.
Submitted by Soapy on Jan 10 2016 20:07
The tragic story of the Lockerbie bombing begins in Iran, with the US downing of Iranian Air Flight 655 killing 290. Part 1 of a multi-part series.
Submitted by Soapy on Jan 7 2016 15:27
In 2011 Western leaders and the media were celebrating a humanitarian victory for NATO, now the silence is deafening.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Jan 6 2016 16:20
Editorial of WorkersWildWest no.3 - A workers/ paper from West-London: Basic position on the Paris attacks, the war in Syria and the state of emergency
Submitted by rooieravotr on Jan 6 2016 14:17
The Netherlands is experiencing a wave of racist, sometimes openly violent, actions andstreet mobilizations, mainly against refugees and the sheltering of refugees.
Submitted by Soapy on Jan 5 2016 19:22
The US is implicated in the mass execution in Saudi Arabia more than the media likes to let on.
Submitted by StrugglesInItaly on Jan 3 2016 14:10
This shocking figure comes from Italian Institute of Statistics (Istat) data reported by Gian Carlo Blangiardo, demographer and director of the Statistics Department of Bicocca University in Milan. The mortality data cover the first seven months of 2015 and if the trend has continued, there will be 69,000 deaths more in 2015 than in 2014.
Submitted by libcom on Dec 30 2015 11:25
A quick rundown of our most popular articles and blog entries of the year.
Submitted by libcom on Dec 29 2015 17:53
A look at our traffic and at usage of libcom.org through 2015, and what is in store for 2016.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Dec 20 2015 21:53
Article on structure, working conditions and disputes at Amazon in Germany and Poland - reports and interview with workers in the appendix
Submitted by Soapy on Dec 19 2015 18:24
Some background on the scandal surrounding the shooting of 17 year old Laquan McDonald by Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke.
Submitted by With Sober Senses on Dec 14 2015 04:15
An attempt to think through the connections between state debt, social reproduction and class struggle in Australia
Submitted by StrugglesInItaly on Dec 11 2015 23:00
A look at how the supposedly anti-ISIS crack down across Europe has been used against social movements in Italy.
Submitted by Steven. on Dec 8 2015 19:22
A whistleblower within Unison's London region has leaked an audio recording of a meeting of paid officials flagrantly breaching the union's rules by working for the election campaign of the incumbent general secretary, Dave Prentis.
Submitted by Supply Chain Re... on Dec 5 2015 15:40
In mid-November 2015 we facilitated two Supply Chain Inquiry Workshops in major cities in China. What follows are the presentation materials and report-backs from breakout discussions after the workshop.
Submitted by s.nappalos on Dec 2 2015 03:10
A discussion of craft and industrial divisions in health care that leads to the debate between the IWW, FORA, and other revolutionary unions over the relationship between unions in capitalist and post-revolutionary society.