Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Sep 14 2014 20:59
A summary of our organising efforts so far in the warehouse/logistics sector and why we need your help!
Submitted by Schwarz on Sep 13 2014 15:59
An introduction to what will hopefully be an intermittent series of musing on life and labor within the New York City building trades and struggles within and against business unionism.
Submitted by Out of the Woods on Sep 10 2014 15:41
Large demonstrations are planned to push for action on climate change. Here we discuss the potentials and pitfalls of climate populism.
Submitted by sometimes explode on Sep 8 2014 15:11
Second part of investigation into rhythmic understanding of madness and our corporeal bodily existence. Runs a little longer than the usual libcom article.
Submitted by svartfrosk on Sep 7 2014 15:39
A short review of "Sounds LIke London" by Lloyd Bradley.
Submitted by Empire Logistics on Sep 7 2014 02:53
On 18 August 2014 over 10,000 port truckers in Ningbo, China, went on strike, not having had a raise in over 8 years. The strike lasted almost a week, with management offering a 12% raise. It involved nearly the entire trucking fleet of Ningbo, which is China's 3rd busiest port and the world's 6th busiest. During the strike, the port was paralyzed and ships were diverted to Shanghai.
Submitted by Angry Language ... on Sep 4 2014 14:41
What does it mean to work in the language teaching industry? A follow-on blog from our callout regarding unpaid labour in language schools.
Submitted by marxvx on Sep 4 2014 00:39
This is the final installment in a four-part series analyzing the Industrial Workers of the World as the failure of dual unionism in the American revolutionary left. This installment focuses on the potentials of a new approach to unions based on reforming and democratizing established unions from within rather than founding competing unions.
Submitted by marxvx on Sep 4 2014 00:34
This is the third in a four-part series analyzing the Industrial Workers of the World as the failure of dual unionism in the American revolutionary left. This installment focuses on the structural capabilities of the organization, and its geographical and industrial reach.
Submitted by marxvx on Sep 4 2014 00:33
This is the second in a four-part series analyzing the Industrial Workers of the World as the failure of dual unionism in the American revolutionary left. This installment focuses on the internal structure of the group - whether industrially structured, or generally chartered.
Submitted by marxvx on Sep 4 2014 00:29
This is the first in a four-part series analyzing the Industrial Workers of the World as the failure of dual unionism in the American revolutionary left. This installment focuses on the ultra-political orientation of the IWW.
Submitted by Ramona on Aug 31 2014 16:39
After a month-long moratorium, water shut-offs in Detroit have started again this week, leaving indebted households across the city with no access to running water.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Aug 29 2014 14:27
We would like to invite you to a weekend of debate about the current stage of crisis in the UK, the situation of class struggle and the question of how to organise both debate and practice on a wider level.
Submitted by Rob Ray on Aug 29 2014 12:37
The Indymedia network has reported today that its Bristol site is no more, after police forced access to its users' IP records as part of a search for the individual or group behind a string of politicised arsons in the area.
Submitted by Chilli Sauce on Aug 28 2014 18:13
This Saturday will see the South East Alliance hold their third attempted march in Cricklewood, a diverse working class area in North West London. The South East Alliance will be opposed by local residents and anti-fascists from across the capital.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Aug 27 2014 19:25
Miranda has decided enough is enough and is joining with the Portland Solidarity Network to demand the money she is owed from her former landlord.
Submitted by akai on Aug 25 2014 10:26
Next week Solidarity will organize its anniversary festival in Gdansk. It will be punctuated by such events as a huge mass in a grand cathedral and a ceremony dedicated to union-busting Ronald Reagan.
Submitted by Empire Logistics on Aug 18 2014 18:07
After Zim Integrated Shipping Service ship Zim Piraeus was kept offshore due to a pro-Gaza protest at the Port of Oakland on Saturday, August 16, 2014, a longshore shift from ILWU refused to cross "community pickets" on Sunday, August 17, leaving the ship docked but unloaded.
Submitted by Out of the Woods on Aug 18 2014 09:54
Class conflicts and colonial expansion in the context of the Little Ice Age lead to the emergence of capitalist agriculture and the transformation of social relations on a world scale.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Aug 15 2014 21:19
Delayed comments on comments on our previous text on organisation...