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Red Rosa: a book review

Red Rosa

AngryWorkers read and liked 'Red Rosa' by Kate Evans. The book provides an engaging overview of Luxemburg's life and thought, but only scratches the surface when it comes to Luxemburg's wavering relation to the social democratic party. We wrote the review against the background of the current general wavering within the radical left when it comes to the relation to Labour and parliamentarism.

'About to blow a fuse': IWW call for support in London warehouse workers campaign

The London IWW has started organising in London’s warehouses and is calling on activists, whether members or not, to support its campaign to unionise this underpaid and largely female, migrant workforce.

The question of counter-power and ‘municipalism’

We had a splendid time and good discussions at the Plan C Fast Forward Festival 2017. Below you can find our contribution to the discussion about counter-power in the final assembly.

WorkersWildWest Issue no.6 - West-London Newspaper

We distribute 2,000 copies of WorkersWildWest at job centres, factories, warehouses and working class housing estates in far-west London. Would be great if you could give us a hand and/or if you'd send us some comments on the newspaper - please get in touch: angryworkersworld@gmail.com

West London Amazon Flex worker's report

Self-employed worker's report about the ups and downs of driving for Amazon.

Many faces! - Snapshots from distributing WorkersWildWest

During the distribution of WorkersWildWest we have had short conversations with various local workers. We collated them into a short article to be published and circulated in upcoming WorkersWildWest no.6 - we hope to be able to create a feedback loop.

From Solidarity Networks to Class Organisation in Times of Labour Hallucinations

Reflections on the relation between solidarity networks, workplace groups and class organisation, based on our modest experiences in west London. We see this effort in opposition to the current electoral surge and try to explain why.

Careless: Care work in West London

A friend working in social care wrote down some experiences from the job. Of particular interest given the current debate about care crisis and election pledges.

Recupera el poder. Espacio para respirar, para la amistad y la solidaridad en el trabajo

Para hacer más pasable este amargo trago matutino de los lunes (o de cualquier otro día laborable) os dejamos el siguiente texto que hemos traducido, publicado originalmente por el colectivo londinense Angry Workers of the World en el número 5 de su periódico WorkersWildWest.
https://www.todoporhacer.org/recupera-poder/

Hermanas, hermanos, es hora de un giro estratégico germinal

(Traducido: www.elsalariado.info) Hay mucha gente desalentada por ahí, aguardando que lleguen luchas por un mundo mejor, pero que se siente aislada y no sabe cómo enfocar su actividad política. Nosotros pensamos que hay que empezar a cavar trincheras y a entrar en contacto, extender las raíces y las ramas, mezclarse e incorporarse a la picadora diaria, conservando el corazón caliente y la mente fría, vislumbrando el futuro…