History

Invisible labour and political participation: Women in the Solidarność movement and in today's politics in Poland

Triumphant leaders of Solidarity at Nowy Targ, October 19, 1981. Anna Walentynow

A feminist critique by Ewa Majewska of the old Solidarność and today's Polish politics. Originally published by and gratefully reproduced from the Baltic Worlds journal.

Russia and Ukraine: history called up on national service

Flag showing Stalin

The Russian and Ukrainian elites are mobilising, and misrepresenting, history, to justify each side of the ruinous military conflict in eastern Ukraine

"for a revolutionary labor movement" - Love & Rage flyer on the Detroit Newspaper strike

Detroit Love & Rage flyer on the Detroit Newspaper strike

This flyer was distributed at the 100,000 strong "Action!Motown" national mass march in Detroit called by the AFL-CIO at the end of the Newspaper Strike there in July 1997. The flyer was one of the few interventions by Love & Rage Revolutionary Anarchist Federation into strikes or the labor movement. It also caused controversy within Love & Rage, and was attempted censored by the NYC-based L&R newspaper editorial group who were rapidly moving away from anarchism and objected to the explicit revolutionary approach of the Detroit intervention.

Berg, Eizens Avgustovich (1892-1918)

E.A. Berg

A short biography of E. A. Berg, anarchist sailor.

Kampuchea Takes the Socialist Road

UPDATE: Introduction...
In "Anti-War" last publication, he/she/they provided some interesting links to some texts to read about a bunch of "useful idiots" and other academics who praised these last decades the most of the biggest impostures in history: USSR, China, Vietnam, Kampuchea, North Korea, etc. As I thought (may be wrongly) that only a few of readers would make the effort to click on each of those links, here I publish one of these texts. It's the interview of Dan Burstein about its visit to Kampuchea in 1978.

O Jornal Combate

Rinke, Erich Otto A.k.a. Rau, Rinkius, Big Otto (1853-1899)

A short biography of German anarchist Otto Rinke

Rodenas, Libertad (1893-1970)

Libertad Rodenas

A short biography of Libertad Rodenas, Noted Spanish anarchist and member of Mujeres Libres

Transnational feminism's radical past: Lessons from Italian immigrant women anarchists in industrializing America

An article by Jennifer Guglielmo on the activism of Italian immigrant anarchist women in the US during the early twentieth century.

Cavani, Renzo (1901-1966) aka Bruno

Renzo Cavani

a short biography of anarchist bricklayer Renzo Cavani who twice tried to kill Mussolini