Submitted by Out of the Woods on May 8 2014 08:17
In part one of this three-part article, we look at the concept of disaster communism as it relates to the communities of solidarity and mutual aid typically formed in disaster situations.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on May 6 2014 22:52
A look at 2014's Portland May Day march, and how to to make it a useful tool in organizing.
Submitted by Class War U on May 6 2014 20:56
Against the romanticizing of education, Leftists should recognize alternative regimes of study, as practiced in prison organizing and indigenous peoples’ movements, and participate with them toward dismantling the intertwined regimes of education and carcerality.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on May 6 2014 19:45
A working paper on some thoughts we've gathered about the current stage of crisis and current phase of struggle in the UK.
Submitted by StrugglesInItaly on May 6 2014 15:29
On May Day, as in many other places around the world, thousands of people gathered in squares and streets all over Italy to celebrate International Workers’ Day. The celebrations took different forms, from concerts to direct action such as disputes with shops which had stayed open.
Submitted by StrugglesInItaly on May 6 2014 15:24
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Submitted by Nao on May 5 2014 10:55
Overview and critical reflection on the historical significance of early 20th century Chinese anarchism, from a 2013 conference celebrating the centennial of China's first anarchist periodical, Huiminglu, better known as Minsheng (Voice of the People).
Submitted by Nao on May 5 2014 06:25
Lists of recommended books, articles, films, and websites about China. (Links to commentaries forthcoming.) Updated October 21, 2014.
Submitted by mcm_cmc on May 1 2014 22:38
An investigation into the ways in which outsourcing and the threat of outsourcing is used as a weapon of class warfare and labour discipline in the public sector, as well as possible tactics for fighting back.
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Submitted by Tom Jennings on May 1 2014 14:50
This carefully crafted rites of passage drama contests mainstream contempt for the poor while pulling no punches regarding their increasingly desperate circumstances.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Apr 30 2014 01:32
When it comes to fighting the crisis of austerity cuts and financial recession, we need to focus on how to build fighting communities rather than simply reacting to the attacks.
Submitted by svartfrosk on Apr 29 2014 22:31
A brief look at the legacy of Tony Benn.
Submitted by sometimes explode on Apr 29 2014 15:59
Short article exploring the idea of magical voluntarism and how it relates to questions of organisation.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Apr 28 2014 21:08
This report was written after a year working as a caretaker on a notorious housing estate in East London.
Submitted by sometimes explode on Apr 25 2014 22:59
A schematic look at positive psychology's deployment within the UK's workfare regime and the position of the substance-dependent body as a model in the production of subjectivity. This forms the first part of a short series on positive psychology, work, and the production of unproductive bodies.
Submitted by Out of the Woods on Apr 25 2014 08:32
A critical introduction to the influential ecological Marxist concept of 'the second contradiction', proposed by James O'Connor.
Submitted by Empire Logistics on Apr 24 2014 07:47
A strike against Yue Yuan International, world's large manufacturer of sport shoes, began on April 14, 2014. It now includes 60,000 workers at all seven factories in the Dongguan complex.