Submitted by Soapy on Jun 18 2015 19:18
Six days after the media frenzy began, Rachel Dolezal is still making headlines; a brief look into what is and what is not being discussed in the media.
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on Jun 16 2015 19:52
Four reports from short visits at different warehouses in Manchester, Leeds, Bradford area.
Submitted by mcm_cmc on Jun 14 2015 22:22
A critique of the Fully Automated Luxury Communism argument, suggesting that it doesn't go far enough in envisioning a utopian transformation of social relations.
Submitted by Thrasybulus on Jun 14 2015 14:58
A fire at the Hellenic Petroleum(EL.PE) refinery cost the lives of four workers back in May. Since then protests against this industrial 'accident' targeting the second richest family in Greece have been meet by joint police and fascist repression.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on Jun 11 2015 04:37
As the far right begins to rise in the United States, what is the real threat that they hold?
Submitted by Out of the Woods on Jun 9 2015 10:01
What can we do about a problem as big as climate change? Here are six ideas.
Submitted by Juan Conatz on Jun 6 2015 22:29
A response by Juan Conatz to a blog that criticizes the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).
Submitted by Chilli Sauce on Jun 5 2015 22:35
An unfinished essay-interview with workplace activists at the Curzon Cinemas covering their living wage fight, their union recognition agreement, and changes to their terms and working conditions.
Submitted by JoeMaguire on Jun 4 2015 22:21
I was reluctantly asked to introduce the Anarchist Federation (AF) some months ago at an open workshop and this is the expanded and edited notes derived from this event. It should be noted from the outset; these are entirely personal and may not be endorsed by the group in their entirety.
Submitted by Tom Jennings on Jun 4 2015 16:45
An expertly crafted crime novel exploring cocaine trafficking in Thatcherite London, Futures also serves as a parable of neoliberalism with considerably broader resonance.
Submitted by Soapy on Jun 4 2015 01:27
This post is intended as a response to an anarcho-capitalist on this website who claimed that homeowners were responsible of the economic collapse of 2007-2008.
Submitted by Jim on Jun 1 2015 20:52
UK citizens get to vote on the UK's membership of the European Union (EU), should we give a shit?
Submitted by Soapy on Jun 1 2015 03:13
Submitted by Phil on May 30 2015 10:26
The Queen's Speech recently confirmed that the Tory government's intent to bring in new laws further restricting strikes. The unions have reacted with fury - but will they really do anything about it?
Submitted by AngryWorkersWorld on May 26 2015 12:05
Contribution to the debate about social/transnational strikes and the question of demands
Submitted by Recomposition on May 22 2015 20:31
The third installment in Recomposition's 'How I was radicalized' series comes from Okwute Ekwensu. His powerful account describes the experience of leading a criminal life that led to incarceration, followed by his radicalization in prison.
Submitted by Supply Chain Re... on May 20 2015 03:35
On May 12, 2015, an Amtrak Northeast Regional train bound for New York City from Washington DC derailed and crashed on the Northeast Corridor in the Port Richmond neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Eight were killed and over 200 injured, 11 critically. The train was traveling at 102 mph (164 km/h) on a curved track in a 50 mph (80 km/h) zone when it derailed. Below are talking points from RWU.
Submitted by Out of the Woods on May 17 2015 21:32
Thinking climate futures through the image of the child and reproduction smuggles conservative assumptions into our understanding and forecloses utopian possibilities.
Submitted by Eviction Free Zone on May 16 2015 04:21
The Renter's Assemblies are just beginning in Portland, but already they are showing to have the potential to revive a real tenants movement.
Submitted by Recomposition on May 15 2015 20:13
The second part of Recomposition's ‘How were you radicalized?’ series brings us to the 2000s. Starting with his family roots in the South African anti-apartheid and American civil rights movements, the author takes us through the post-9/11 and Iraq War era, a time when many of us found the radical left.