Submitted by Jacques Roux on Nov 28 2013 01:04
An organisation which is apparently “dedicated to exposing Big Labor’s abuse of the worker center organizational model” has released this video in anticipation of protests against Walmart.
Submitted by Jacques Roux on Sep 16 2013 16:40
An emerging radical history of open spaces in Hackney is being put together by Hackney History.
Submitted by Jacques Roux on Jun 26 2013 16:00
So called 'boat race' protestor Trenton Oldfield has recieved notice that he is to be deported and is now appealing.
Submitted by Jacques Roux on Jun 20 2013 11:23
Of interest to anyone with an interest in social history the English Folk Dance and Song Society have launched their online archive.
Submitted by Jacques Roux on Jun 4 2013 15:33
Just a few of the photos flying around of the streets dogs in Turkey and their recent reaction to events there.
Submitted by Jacques Roux on May 30 2013 14:03
Istanbul's central area of Taksim is currently the scene of a fledging 'occupy movement' as people react to this morning's 5am teargassing of protestors opposed to unchecked gentrification in the historic city.
Submitted by Jacques Roux on Mar 16 2013 17:50
Since I visited the Marx Memorial Library in Clerkenwell I have been harbouring an interest in porcelain, pots, ceramics and such folk, craft, popular art objects which commemorate radical moments in history.
Submitted by Jacques Roux on Mar 6 2013 11:13
Resisting "urban renewal" in Barcelona in the context of larger economic struggle
Submitted by Jacques Roux on Feb 12 2013 18:08
A short visit to the Library.
Submitted by Jacques Roux on Feb 4 2013 22:40
New online publication of opinion pieces originally published in UK Building Design magazine from Dutch Design As Politics.
Submitted by Jacques Roux on Jan 31 2013 17:53
HMV official Twitter turned against itself.
Submitted by Jacques Roux on Jan 31 2013 17:30
In the age of the internet, does the printed pamphlet have any kind of future? With self-publishing so easy online, could the pamphlet soon be obsolete? With a short talk on some of the history of the pamphlet, and an open discussion on where it's going...
Submitted by Jacques Roux on Jan 25 2013 22:02
So long for Le Corbusier's famous streets in the sky!