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关于美国二战后无产阶级家庭主妇的集体反抗、女权意识初步形成的反思。马克思主义女权理论的经典作品。

Blood on their hands: the racist history of modern police unions

Protest by the New York police union

Against the background of the black lives matter movement, Flint Taylor takes a look at the racist history of American police "unions".

1988: The Tompkins Square Riot

A brief account of the riot of 1988 when Police started evicting homeless people from Tompkins Square park. The event led to the exposure of widespread brutality by the precinct police.

1874: The Tompkins Square Police Riot

An account of a cop riot in 1874 where mounted police attacked public demonstrations by organised Unemployed workers associations in New York. Taken from wikipedia.

The lie of black capitalism

Urban poor in Ghana

Article by Hija de Oya explaining how the liberation of black people is inherently bound up in the struggle against capitalism.

Hiroshima: The atomic hecatomb

Ground zero of the Hiroshima explosion

Letter from a Japanese anarchist about the Hiroshima bombing, and the response of self-organisation and mutual aid from the local population following the explosion.

Everlasting Murder

A contemporary anarchist response to the Triangle Shirtwaist Company fire, 1911.

"When you're done with a condom, you throw it out": New book reveals 2016 Hillary campaign was beset by vicious infighting

Hillary’s paranoid rage and the campaign’s infighting made a mockery of the slogan “Stronger Together”

The USA, Qatar and ‘New’ Imperialist Alignments

Donald Trump and the Emir of Qatar.

The official story is that Saudi Arabia, supported by Egypt, the Emirates, Bahrain and other sidekicks in the Gulf, is trying to isolate Qatar from the rest of the Arab world as punishment for betraying the Sunni cause and for financing jihadhi terrorism. Like all lies, this one contains an element of truth which conceals other aspects of the situation which must not be brought to light, much less focussed on.

African Americans campaign for desegregation of department store eating facilities in Kansas City, Missouri, 1958-59

A summary of the public boycott of department stores in Kansas City that took place in order to desegregate the dining halls within them. The boycott lasted from 19th December 1958 until 9th February 1959.