USA

The American oligarchy

Wall Street

A review of a book that investigates the moral rot corroding U.S. society from the top down.

Our passive society

People watching TV

A short history of how our society became so rife with collective passiveness.

The History of the Workers' Unemployment Insurance Bill

The Great Depression

In this article I tell the story of the Workers’ Unemployment Insurance Bill, both to fill a gap in our historical knowledge and because it resonates in our own time of troubles and struggles.

Comrade Malik speaks out on nationwide program of political repression against prison organizers

Keith "Comrade Malik" Washington writes about his own experiences of the nationally coordinated program of repression against prison organizers in the run-up to the August 21 prison strike.

Publicity images for the August 21, 2018, prison strike

A collection of publicity images that were created for the prison strike set to begin on August 21st, 2018, along with various photos of banners, graffiti, and protests supporting and publicising the strike. Mostly taken from the collection at https://supportprisonerresistance.noblogs.org/

‘I’m For Disruption’: Interview With Prison Strike Organizer From Jailhouse Lawyers Speak

An interview with a member of Jailhouse Lawyers Speak discussing the upcoming prison strike. This interview first appeared at Shadowproof.

August 21 prison strike solidarity events

A listing of events that will be taking place in solidarity with the prison strike running from August 21st-September 9th. Reposted from It's Going Down.

Hunger Strike Launched Inside Sterling Correctional Facility in Colorado

The following report was previously forwarded to It’s Going Down after being first sent to people within the Anarchist Black Cross (ABC) network, who received correspondence from an inmate being housed in the MCC (ad-seg) unit of Sterling Correctional Complex in Sterling, CO and details a hunger strike.

Anarchy #08

Eighth issue of Anarchy magazines second series, articles in this issue mostly cover North America.

“We must do away with racial prejudice and imaginary boundary lines”: British Columbia wobblies before the First World War – Mark Leier

Labour historian Mark Leier’s chapter from Wobblies of the World: A Global History of the IWW, in which he examines the transnationalism of the IWW, particularly across the US-Canadian border.