Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Nov 20 2015 01:21
A new tenants union in Oregon is announcing its long-term goals, which will build on a united renter's movement forming.
Submitted by working class s... on Nov 17 2015 14:08
An immediate and unthinking call to bomb a country following a terrorist outrage committed by individuals is the gruesome manifestation of the worst aspects of nationalism, patriotism, and revenge, from faux-strongmen who dress up their dick-swinging and reactionary positions to give the impression that they are the only people prepared to defend national security….
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Nov 14 2015 15:32
Experiences with Unite, GMB, USDAW at, amongst others, Sainsbury's distribution centre, Waitrose warehouse, Bakkavor food factory, Alpha LSG airline caterer.
Submitted by Amongst the Elder on Nov 14 2015 12:20
This piece explores the possibilities that exist outside of capitalist 'clock time' and how we can escape them by rejecting notions of waged labour and rent through creating autonomous squatted spaces.
Submitted by StrugglesInItaly on Nov 10 2015 23:00
A look at the case of Abdel Majid Touil, a 22 year old Moroccan arrested by Italian police in Milan on charges of terrorism, and the assumption of guilt across the political spectrum.
Submitted by Recomposition on Nov 8 2015 04:38
The third part of a series of concrete examples and very brief summaries of organizations that have some component of direct action and a form of collective bargaining that operate outside the labour relations framework.
Submitted by Out of the Woods on Nov 6 2015 11:49
Some members of Out of the Woods have written responses to a new book, Inventing the Future: Postcapitalism and a World Without Work by Nick Srnicek and Alex Williams.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Nov 4 2015 16:32
Report about working in the transport office of a Sainsbury's distribution centre and general information about conditions and struggles of truck drivers in the UK and Europe.
Submitted by akai on Oct 31 2015 14:22
There may be problems with some people who identify with anarchosyndicalism, but it is not because there is any inherent correlation between it and fascism.
Submitted by s.nappalos on Oct 25 2015 21:03
A piece exploring time and change within capitalism, and pointing to their relevance for revolutionaries.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Oct 24 2015 15:54
A patchwork "book" being compiled on the situation of the working class in West London, in particular those working in the logistics and distribution sector.
Submitted by With Sober Senses on Oct 22 2015 10:28
Part 1 of a series on the current conjuncture of capital accumulation and class struggle in Australia.
Submitted by Recomposition on Oct 19 2015 00:01
The second part of a series of concrete examples and very brief summaries of organizations that have some component of direct action and a form of collective bargaining that operate outside the labour relations framework.
Submitted by Chilli Sauce on Oct 13 2015 03:19
What are the possibilities for artificial intelligence to free us from the drudgery of work? How about the class outlook of those developing those technologies? Read and find out.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Oct 12 2015 07:48
We're back from our tour and want to invite you to come out to Greenford, West-London or a similarly remote corner of the internet to hatch some wicked plans. The ideas we came up with so far move in concentric circles and you can drop in wherever.
Submitted by Recomposition on Oct 10 2015 20:20
A short account about breaks at work and life under capitalism.
Submitted by Nao on Oct 8 2015 15:58
Wu Yiching's book "The Cultural Revolution at the Margins. Chinese Socialism in Crisis" gives a fascinating account of a period that was decisive for the end of Maoism and the rise of a capitalist China.
Submitted by Hieronymous on Oct 6 2015 02:34
Grace Lee Boggs, founding member of the Johnson-Forest Tendency (where her party name was Ria Stone), has died at the age of 100 in Detroit. She was born on June 27, 1915 and passed away today, October 5, 2015
Submitted by Rob Ray on Oct 2 2015 10:30
As Labour has decided the prospect of spending vast sums on Trident renewal wasn't worth debating, I thought I'd do a quick back-of-the-envelope thing on the numbers being bandied about. Obviously Trident is, in terms of defence, a non-starter, as reasonably well outlined by Diane Abbott in her recent Guardian column. But people do like to go on about how many jobs it provides, so I thought I'd take a look at that.
Submitted by Phil on Sep 30 2015 20:01
Some thoughts on building mass movements and organising, in relation to the Labour Party