Industrial Worker (Spring 2016)

Industrial Worker (Spring 2016)

The Spring 2016 (#1777, Vol. 113, No. 2) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Contents include:

-Incarcerated workers join the IWW, form the Free Virginia Movement by the IWW Incarcerated Workers' Organizing Committee

-Rest in peace, Fellow Worker Louis Prisco by FW Sparrow

-Readers' Soapbox

-Portland Tenants United organizes against eviction and displacement by Shane Burley

-Jimmy John's settles with Baltimore Wobblies over illegal firing by Matthias Lalisse

-Fighting for $15 at UPS: lessons from a daunting campaign by FW Coeur de Bord

-Condemned for life for self-defense by The FreeSpook Movement

-Joe Hill 100 road show tour holds concerts in three dozen cities by Ron Kaminkow

-Spike Lee's "Chi-raq": a commodification of street life in Chicago (Review by Matt Zito)

-Wobbly sing-along

-Songs of American labor protest by Roger Karny

-Review: The Incomplete, True, Authentic and Wonderful History of May Day by Peter Linebaugh (Review by Staughton Lynd)

-Teachers, students fight austerity across the U.S. by John Kalwaic

-Organizing currents by x364631

-Workers occupy factory in Genoa, Italy by John Kalwaic

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