9 people have gained entry to the ITT/EDO MBM arms factory in Brighton, where they are believed to have caused extensive damage to the offices, and to industrial tooling used to make arms.
Images from the anti-war protests in Brighton leading up to and following the outbreak of the Iraq war. Many of these events are recollected and analysed here.
Bin workers in Brighton staged a wildcat walkout yesterday and have threatened strikes in the new year in protest of new rounds and redundancies.
Technical staff at the University of Sussex went on strike last Friday (10th October), in a protest against management plans to close its pension scheme to new employees.
Critical article on the 2008 Sussex Not For Sale campaign at the University of Sussex, written by an active member of the campaign.
Rally at the University of Sussex in support of the Sussex not for Sale campaign on March 7th 2008. Photos from here.
After two days on wildcat strike, refuse workers at Brighton's Hollingdean Depot have won their fight against management bullying.
200 refuse and recycling workers from Brighton and Hove City Council walked out today over management bullying.
Issue 1 of Brighton Solidarity Federation Newsletter Brighton Solidarity
Members of Aufheben reflect on 15 years of involvement in struggles in Brighton and the influence it has had on their theory and practice.
A history by Andrew Cornell of the American anarchism movement from the beginning of the Second World War until the mid-1950s.
Sheila Rowbotham recalls both the campaigns to organise female night cleaners in London from 1970, and the 1975 film by Marc Karlin about the same.
A history of the sit down strikes by predominantly Polish women workers in Detroit during the great depression: part of a national wave of sit-ins.
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