Three women union activists tell their fascinating stories of organising in 1930s America, recounting their conflicts with bosses, police as well as their struggles against racism and sexism.
A few observations on the current development of the Mong Kok occupation in Hong Kong.
Text from autumn 2006 giving an overview on the call centre hub in Gurgaon, including interviews with workers.
This is an excerpt from a pamphlet by CNT Seville called Anarcosindicalismo: Basico. The pamphlet is a training manual for new union members, to help them...
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