Submitted by Thrasybulus on Jan 26 2015 00:37
The Greek election results have come in and it seems far-left party SYRIZA has won a significant victory on an anti-austerity platform.
Submitted by Angry Language ... on Jan 25 2015 17:29
Monday the 26th will see the workers at the Leicester School of English organise a mass email campaign as the next step in their effort to bring their wage-stealing boss, Craig Tallents, to the negotiating table.
Submitted by Phil on Jan 22 2015 23:06
The PCS union is facing concerted union busting activity from the government. However, despite its rhetoric it has fallen into a retreat that helps nobody
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Jan 22 2015 10:45
The Portland Solidarity Network supports two tenants as they make demands on their exploitative former property management company, and the video captures their moment of community power.
Submitted by Juan Conatz on Jan 22 2015 00:57
A response to some of the articles written by 'Wobbling Towards Communism', an informal group of left communists in the IWW.
Submitted by Angry Language ... on Jan 21 2015 22:33
A re-blog from our friends at the Trade Onion detailing a joint IWW/ALB picket that occurred at the Leicester Square School of English last Saturday.
Submitted by StrugglesInItaly on Jan 21 2015 19:06
The story of the ExMoi occupation in Turin, a solution by radicals and refugees to the problems of homelessness amongst migrants in a city full of empty buildings, and the reaction of racist organisations to the project.
Submitted by StrugglesInItaly on Jan 20 2015 16:46
On Sunday 28 January, around 6pm, a group of about 50 fascists (mostly from CasaPound) attacked activists from Cremona’s Dordoni social centre. The attack on seven or eight activists was launched by around ten people, and very soon bolstered by 40 more.
Submitted by Jambon Bertolli on Jan 16 2015 18:44
Some thoughts on the Evening Standard's coverage of this week's bus workers' strike.
Submitted by Angry Language ... on Jan 15 2015 08:03
Having already occupied their school, staff at the Leicester Square School of English are organising a picket this Saturday, 17th of January. Here's why.
Submitted by Angry Language ... on Jan 12 2015 21:53
As part of a successful campaign to help a fellow EFL teacher recover thousands in stolen wages, the Angry Language Brigade appears on the front page of this month's English Language Gazette!
Submitted by Cindy Milstein on Jan 10 2015 01:10
Cindy Milstein considers the possibility of society without a police force.
Submitted by Phil on Jan 9 2015 18:25
Earlier this week, gunmen attacked the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and murdered several of its cartoonists. Some thoughts on the various issues that have arisen out of this event.
Submitted by Out of the Woods on Jan 9 2015 13:42
This Changes Everything is a book capacious enough to allow Naomi Klein two positions at once. But a real climate-justice movement will at some point have to make choices.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Jan 7 2015 23:41
Report back from the 2014 Howard Zinn Bookfair, with a special look at the housing movements present and release of Housing Not Handcuffs.
Submitted by Nao on Jan 6 2015 04:40
Translation of article summarizing original research about land grabs in China since the 1990s, concluding that this ongoing expropriation of peasants is more severe and violent than the peak of Britain's enclosures in the early 19th century.
Submitted by libcom on Jan 4 2015 16:04
This is our rundown of our readership and content statistics for 2014. It has been our biggest year ever, with visits up 45%, and unique visitors up 57% on last year.
Submitted by DanielBaker777 on Jan 3 2015 04:25
The second installment of this ongoing series details boss/worker relations at Manpower's National Recruitment Centre before and during a period of performance reviews, focusing in particular on the behaviour of one notorious member of management
Submitted by Soapy on Jan 2 2015 10:21
A speculative blog on the NATO-backed overthrow of Libyan dictator Col Gaddafi, looking at whether Gaddafi's refusal to recycle petrodollars through US banks was a factor.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Dec 29 2014 18:54
When you are creating rhetoric for reform steps, don't let immediate success overshadow the long-term goals.