Submitted by Ruptura Colecti... on Mar 21 2017 13:32
Statement from an indigenous group from the Bachajón area of Chiapas, Mexico, who blockaded a major road in protest of the arrest of Zapatista prisoners.
Submitted by Ruptura Colecti... on Mar 21 2017 13:24
Mateo Gutiérrez León is a committed and critical student of the 5th semester of sociology at the National University of Colombia, Bogota, an excellent companion, son, friend and possesses an active mind and solidarity with various national issues that he considers unfair and the product of that social manipulation. Today he is the victim of a false judicial verdict.
Submitted by Fredo Corvo on Mar 15 2017 11:47
Analysis and critique of both sides in the diplomatic spat between Turkey and the Netherlands which has led to riots and name-calling between the two governments.
Submitted by sjzc on Mar 15 2017 07:25
“仓库工人无所畏惧”——这是一路贯穿7月26日由基层工会（base unions）S.I. Cobas和ADL Cobas发起的反宜家（IKEA）全国运动中的口号。
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Submitted by Soapy on Mar 15 2017 00:51
Mark Fisher's Ghosts of My Past shows the world through Fisher’s eyes, a beautifully depressing elegy for cultural progress and passion in a world dominated by cheap stimulation and the marketplace
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Mar 13 2017 14:21
Draft article for a series on 'the system we live in - for west London workers' paper WorkersWildWest
Submitted by sjzc on Mar 10 2017 23:31
Submitted by Ruptura Colecti... on Mar 10 2017 11:03
A group of between 30 and 40 people violently attacked members of the Frente de Pueblos en Defensa de la Tierra (FPDT) and others who are opposing the construction of the new international airport of Mexico City.
Submitted by Ruptura Colecti... on Mar 10 2017 10:54
The stores remain closed until the workers have better salaries and that, in agreement with the managers and bosses, products of the campesinos of the municipality are bought and distributed in the stores. The banks only open every three days so that the people can collect or send money. The police aren’t welcome.
Submitted by AnarchoDoom on Mar 6 2017 19:18
Why the working-class should control how work is done.
Submitted by rosasoros on Mar 6 2017 13:24
Rosa Soros discusses the colonial legacy of America, how it is still felt deeply today, and why we need a grassroots, revolutionary working class movement to fight - not just the forces of reaction brought about by the Trump administration - but the tide of liberalism that secured his power.
Submitted by Chilli Sauce on Mar 5 2017 17:00
Sometimes the class struggle heats up in unexpected places – in a Times Square Diner famous for their singing wait staff, for example.
Submitted by Mike Harman on Mar 2 2017 23:06
Some things should have been left in 2011, the mystifying 99 percent slogan is one.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Mar 2 2017 06:32
The Portland Solidarity Network joins together with the Voz Workers Rights Education Project to fight for a permanent home for Portland's day laborers.
Submitted by Fredo Corvo on Mar 1 2017 08:57
The following positions have already been formulated on 28-1-2017. Until now, the development of domestic and foreign policy of the United States confirms the trend towards intensified preparations for war. Therefore, I now publish these statements as a contribution to the debate among workers and within the proletarian internationalist milieu.
Submitted by Is There No Alt... on Feb 28 2017 08:38
A criticism of Left Renewal, a libertarian socialist tendency within the NSW Greens in Australia.
Submitted by Recomposition on Feb 26 2017 16:45
Recomposition interview with members of the Health Sector Workers Network in Aotearoa/New Zealand. They discuss attempting to build cross-workplace and cross-trade solidarity, the recent series of Junior Doctor’s strikes (the equivalent of residents in the US), and building workers resistance to health austerity.