Seattle

Tides of Flame

Seattle-based anarchist newspaper that published regularly throughout 2011-2012, covering stories such as the rise and fall of the Occupy movement, resistance to gentrification, the longshore workers' strike and the grand jury targeting local anarchists. Originally hosted at tidesofflame.wordpress.com.

The Seattle Worker: Vol 2, #2, February-March 2019, Seattle General Strike Centennial Edition

In honor of the Seattle General Strike of 1919, and in commemoration of the Centralia Tragedy that happened later that year, the Seattle Worker Committee is proud to present our General Strike Centennial Edition. Along with our regular “In the News” snippets from James Smith, we also have two historical essays by our contributors Hannah Hopkins, Lexi Owens, and Lindsay Mimir.

Seattle, WA: IWW Direct Action Campaign Forces Bosses to End Lockout

Seattle based members of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) wrote the following report about their ongoing organizing efforts at Grassroots Campaigns. Previously published on It's Going Down. The locked-out workers are now running a fundraiser to make up for their lost wages, please donate here.

Airport Workers Fix Payroll Issue with Seattle Solidarity Network’s Help

Workers at a new airport contractor recently found that they were facing a serious issue with their paystubs: employer-paid healthcare was being listed as part of their Gross Income. After raising the issue with management for several months and getting at first flat out rejection and later half-hearted promises, several workers got in touch with the Seattle Solidarity Network. After a demand delivery to SeaTac management and the contractor’s on-site office, the issue has been resolved!