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When race burns class: settlers revisited. An interview with J. Sakai

An interview about the intersection between race and class. We disagree with the (essentially Maoist) political perspective espoused, and question some of the claims he makes, however there are numerous interesting and important points so we reproduce it for reference.

Building a fuckin' parking garage

A manual worker's account of day labour from The Best of Temp Slave!.

A more perfect victim

An account of a former office temp getting revenge on a CEO.

The anarchist cookbook - Keith McHenry with Chaz Bufe

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Unlike the original Anarchist Cookbook, which contained instructions for the manufacture of explosives, this 2015 version is both a cookbook in the literal sense and also a “cookbook” of recipes for social and political change.

Emma Goldman extended timeline

Emma Goldman

An extensive chronology of the life and activities of notorious Lithuanian-American anarchist, Emma Goldman.

Emma Goldman condensed timeline

Emma Goldman

A brief timeline of the key events in the life of legendary anarchist and women's rights advocate Emma Goldman.

Police officer awarded $15 million after being savagely beaten by cops at his daughter's birthday party

NYC public school teachers show their support for the NYPD

A federal grand jury has ruled in favor of a black NYPD officer who was savagely beaten by police officers while he was at home celebrating his daughter's birthday in 2010.

Emma Tenayuca and the 1938 pecan shellers' strike

Emma Tenayuca with strikers in 1938

A short account of the life of Emma Tenayuca and the Texas pecan shellers' strike of largely Hispanic workers in which she played a leading role.

The beginning of the sit‐down era: The reminiscences of Rex Murray

An account by Rex Murray, a local union president, of the 1934 sit-down strike by rubber workers in Akron, Ohio.

Radicals and the jobless: the Musteites and the unemployed leagues, 1932-1936 - Roy Rosenzweig

A paper by Roy Rosenzweig about the American Workers Party and its organizations for the unemployed during the 1930s.