A selection of pamphlet covers, leaflets and photos from the NUWM movement of the 1920s and 1930s in the Britain.
Great stuff, thanks for posting!
A few observations on the current development of the Mong Kok occupation in Hong Kong.
Two Jimmy Johns workers compare the anti-union drives at their workplace and at Sisters Camelot, a nonprofit 'mobile foodshelf', whose canvassers went on strike in Spring 2013.
A critique of identity politics from a queer, anarchist communist perspective, arguing that identity politics runs the risk of forming cross-class affinities between queers, women, and people of...
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