Seeing past the luxury label part II: H&M in Hamburg, Germany and their suppliers in Delhi, India

Interesting look at the working conditions and workers' resistance in H&M warehouses in Germany and factories in India.

The calendar riots

Calendar riots cover

Scanned version of a great spiral-bound calendar filled with anniversaries of uprisings, strikes, rebellions against work and other events in working class and radical history around the world.

An account of the Hull prison riot, 1976 - Jake Prescott

Jake Prescott in 1971

Former Angry Brigade member and prisoner Jake Prescott's account of the 1976 riot by prisoners in HMP Hull.

Don't mark his face: Hull prison riot, 1976

HMP Hull

Pamphlet about the Hull prison riot of 1976 including an introduction and a personal account by former Angry Brigade member Jake Prescott.

Cordobazo, 1969, photo gallery

Photo gallery from the 1969 Cordobazo, which saw students and workers take part in a series of strikes, riots and demonstrations in a general uprising against the dictatorship of General Juan Carlos Onganía

Struggles ‘Made in India’ – On the series of factory riots, occupations and (wildcat) strikes in Delhi’s industrial south, 2014

Asti Workers, Manesar

The following article documents material concerning eighteen factory struggles in Delhi’s industrial belt between early 2014 and mid-2015.

The Mold riots: The summer of ‘69

The story of the 1869 riots in Mold, Wales. Following a trial in which miners were convicted of assaulting their manager, soldiers fired on angry protesters, killing four and injuring dozens.

South Africa: class struggle, 'xenophobia' and the local elite

This article offers a brief case study of how grassroots self organisation enables communities to resist xenophobic violence in South Africa.

Battle of Cable Street, 1936, photo gallery

Photo gallery from the 1936 Battle of Cable Street, which saw over 100,000 working-class residents in London's East End oppose a march by Oswald Mosely's British Union of Fascists, forcing them to abandon it entirely.

Racist/abhorrent Baltimore tweets

These aren't white moderates, they are just savage racists plain and simple. Feel free to add more in the comments below.