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My body, my rules: a case for rape and domestic violence survivors becoming workplace organizers

Liberté Locke, a Starbucks Workers Union organizer, writes about how violence at work and in our personal lives are similar, how domestic abusers and bosses use the same techniques of control and that we need to fight both.

Debate on 'direct unionism'

Collection of letters, articles and responses mostly from the IWW's Industrial Worker around the 'Direct Unionism' discussion paper.

Occupy's anarchist roots

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Bloomberg's nightmare: libertarian communism on his doorstep

The Atlanta Solidarity Network Continues Winning Streak

ASOL keeps up it's perfect record with another victory!

A review of “Weakening the dam”

A review of 'Weakening the Dam', a pamphlet put out by the Twin Cities IWW branch for the purpose of promoting the development of workplace organizers.

Goldner on Methodology & Organization

Loren Goldner's self-introduction for the one-issue 1977 journal Strategy, detailing his positions on methodology and organization from a "Trotskyo-Luxemburgist" perspective. Also detailing his experience in Lyndon LaRouche's National Caucus of Labor Committees.

"What are the drums saying, Booker?" - Adolph L. Reed Jr.

Adolph Reed's hilarious and biting criticism of Cornel West, Michael Eric Dyson, Henry Louis Gates and the concept of the "black intellectual."

Atlanta Anti-Police March Nov. 21

Atlanta's Cop Problem

The ongoing and escalating campaign against the police, in Atlanta, continues.

Khymer Rouge leaders stand trial for genocide, but where is Henry Kissinger?

After 30 years, the leading members of the Khymer Rouge go on trial for genocide. However, where are the other idividuals who are responsible for the mass murder in Cambodia?

Ten Immodest Commandments

Mike Davis gives 10 pointers to Occupy activists based on his experience in the New Left.