An interview by New Syndicalist of a sex worker's experience in the industry.
An article by x375824 & x375431 about the growth of the IWW in the UK.
At Work is a new irregular series recording experiences of the workplace, moments of self-reflection and other processes of self-enquiry within contemporary capitalism.
Any names referred to in the article have been changed to protect identities.
An article by Chris W. about how the IWW in the UK are challenging regular leftist culture.
Working in the tradition of Weakening the Dam (see Goals, Then Strategy, Then Tactics) and shamelessly copying Lifelong Wobbly’s article, What’s Your Five Year Plan?, here’s an article that sets out a possible set of objectives for Sheffield IWW to hit by 1st January 2020.
A guide written by and for cultural workers on the topic of unpaid internships.
A late 1970s pamphlet from the National Union of Teachers on the bankruptcy of IQ studies and the biologizing of 'race'.
Expanding on my previous post on the subject, an in depth look at the provisions of the Tory government’s proposed Trade Union Bill and how it can be challenged.
A biography by W.J. Fishman of Rudolf Rocker, a German anarcho-syndicalist.
A commuter's rant about the (unsurprisingly) anti-worker coverage of the tube strike by the Evening Standard.
An analysis of the Civil Service Rank & File Network, which emerged in late 2012, and its impact during its brief existence.
When we limit ourselves to reasoned critique we cut ourselves off from the everyday experiences of life under capitalism from which any revolutionary rupture must grow.
This piece has a number of intriguing ideas that were circulating in the FORA. Lopez Arango counterposes a static view of unions and anarchism to one inherently grounded in trajectories of...
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