#4ThPrecinctShutdown: a statement on magic and resistance - Keno Evol

An article by Keno Evol about the occupation outside a police precinct in Minneapolis, that was in reaction to the killing of an unarmed black male.

What is at Stake in North Minneapolis and #Justice4Jamar?

Jamar Clark, young working-class Black man - murdered by police

This article is written by M1 member, db, a new school teacher and resident in North Minneapolis. The lessons and realities here come from conversations with hundreds of residents, students, neighbors, and protesters. As you’ll see the situation in N Mpls shares much in common with a city near you.

On throwing rocks: or thoughts on the demonstration at the 4th Precinct in Minneapolis, Minnesota on 11/18/15

An anonymously written article about disputes in the response to a police killing in Minneapolis.

Black Lives Matter (at work)

A couple members of the Twin Cities Industrial Workers of the World talk about the conversations that have been happening at work about the Black Lives Matter movement.

Defenders of business: the Minneapolis Civic and Commerce Association VS. labor during WW1 - William Millikan

An article by William Millikan about strikebreaking in Minneapolis during the First World War.

Aim high, Fellow Workers! - FW Colt Thundercat

An article by Colt Thundercat on the problem of 'idling' in a workplace organizing campaign.

The bell tolls for thee, motherf*cker - John O'Reilly

Sketch contribution by Monica Kostas

Get ready to never see bus drivers the same way again. This week we feature a story by John O’Reilly who takes us through the route of his daily tribulations as a city bus driver in Minneapolis.

7th Annual ‘Red November, Black November’ a success!

Setting up for the 2009 Red November, Black November (Photo: Erik Davis)

A report on the Twin Cities IWW's yearly membership social.

"Hands Up, Don't Ship!" Minneapolis UPS workers protest shipments to Missouri police

A dozen part-time UPS workers in Minneapolis took protest action on the job August 22, after discovering ties between Missouri law enforcement and a company, Law Enforcement Targets, whose shipments we handle each day.

Keeping Minneapolis an open-shop town: the Citizens' Alliance in the 1930s - Lois Quam & Peter Rachleff

A paper written by Lois Quam and Peter Rachleff about the Citizens' Alliance, an association of employers and right wingers that opposed unions in Minneapolis during the 1930s.