Submitted by ideas and action on Mar 16 2016 03:13
A statement by U.S.-based Workers Solidarity Alliance about a new project called Anarcho-Syndicalist Initiative.
Submitted by Fredo Corvo on Mar 15 2016 06:48
In the current situation of global crisis and rampant local wars, Turkey has an important place. The tensions in this country are running high, both within the capitalist class(1) and between capital and labor. In this article we report on recent workers' struggles that develop in Turkey against the effects of the crisis. Workers are struggling despite state repression and attempts to divide workers.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Mar 12 2016 21:22
As tenant movements heat our cities up, what edge to solidarity networks give to the struggle?
Submitted by Crossly on Mar 11 2016 21:34
As the mystery of the fate of the missing 28 miners of Tumerero, Venezuela continues, the government decides to imprison the regional newspaper's publisher. Coincidence or cover-up?
Submitted by Soapy on Mar 11 2016 17:51
Excuses were made as the paper tried to explain away a viral article criticizing it for publishing 16 negative Bernie Sanders stories in 16 hours.
Submitted by Crossly on Mar 9 2016 20:35
Written a week before the shocking murder of 28 miners in Tumeremo, Venezuela by the 'El Topo' (The Mole) gang with the evident complicity of police and military, this article provides some background to the current wave of violence in the country. The Bolivarian government seems more hesitant to work with the opposition National Assembly, elected December 6, 2015 with 2/3 support among 3/4 of the voters than with the growing mega-gangs and the corrupt military...
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Mar 8 2016 20:03
We look at the company structure, the work-mates, the re-structuring and how the trade union engages with it.
Submitted by Supply Chain Re... on Mar 8 2016 18:58
China on Strike is the first English-language book that provides an intimate and revealing window into the lives of workers organizing in China’s most profitable factories -- supplying Apple, Nike, Hewlett Packard, and other multinationals. This book has dozens of interviews with Chinese workers, documenting the processes of migration, changing employment relations, worker culture, and other transformations related to China’s explosive growth.
Submitted by Supply Chain Re... on Mar 6 2016 17:46
"Supply Chain Worker Inquiry: China Through Los Angeles" presentation on Saturday, 12 March 2016 at The Public School Los Angeles from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Attendees will be taken through a "thought experiment" that imagines solidarity spreading throughout the entire production process, from the recently striking Yue Yuen shoe factories Dongguan, China -- through the Los Angeles/Long Beach port complex -- to Walmart's distribution center in Elwood, Illinois (where in 2012 workers also went out on strike).
Submitted by Soapy on Mar 4 2016 19:49
Clinton's supporters are embarrassing themselves by describing her as a "progressive"
Submitted by With Sober Senses on Mar 2 2016 13:41
A look at the recent National Accounts and what is going on with capital accumulation in Australia
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Feb 25 2016 17:29
After the Oregon legislature brings forwarded a dramatically weakened minimum wage proposal and undercut possible renter protections, organizers occupy the Governor's office and disrupt the active legislative session.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Feb 21 2016 07:38
In depth analysis of EU migration and the 'refugee crisis' in relation to labour market restructuring and working class composition
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Feb 3 2016 00:42
Portland Tenants United leads a rally and march to confront rising retaliation and discrimination against tenants, which they say will only be solved by creating tenant power through direct action.
Submitted by Soapy on Jan 28 2016 14:42
The US claims to be fighting a war on groups like al-Qaeda and ISIS, but you wouldn't know it by looking its actions in countries like Yemen.
Submitted by StrugglesInItaly on Jan 25 2016 23:00
Steel workers in Genoa, Italy, occupied their factory in opposition to insecurity at work as a result of management corruption. Workers stopped work and blocked traffic, cutting the city in half.
Submitted by Soapy on Jan 25 2016 04:46
In my last blog post I took a look at the US downing of Iran Air 655. In this post I will show how the Iranians took an eye for an eye. Part 2 of 3.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Jan 11 2016 00:35
As Portland slips into a declared "renter state of emergency," tenants are being pushed out of the city as rents skyrocket and greedy landlords strip renters of their stability and voice. Now, Portland Tenants United, the newest tenants union in Portland, is launching a citywide campaign with a rally and march geared to take the tenant rights movement to the next level.
Submitted by Soapy on Jan 10 2016 20:07
The tragic story of the Lockerbie bombing begins in Iran, with the US downing of Iranian Air Flight 655 killing 290. Part 1 of a multi-part series.
Submitted by Soapy on Jan 7 2016 15:27
In 2011 Western leaders and the media were celebrating a humanitarian victory for NATO, now the silence is deafening.