USA

The No Gun Ri massacre, 1950

A short history of one of the biggest mass killings of civilians by US ground troops, the No Gun Ri massacre, which took place during the Korean war on 26 July, 1950.

"Hands Up, Don't Ship!" Minneapolis UPS workers protest shipments to Missouri police

A dozen part-time UPS workers in Minneapolis took protest action on the job August 22, after discovering ties between Missouri law enforcement and a company, Law Enforcement Targets, whose shipments we handle each day.

Shays' rebellion, 1786

Soldiers opened fire on rebels

A short history of the "Shays' rebellion" in Massachusetts in the wake of the American Revolution, in which many poor farmers and war veterans attempt to shut down the state's courts in protest at the debt burden on veterans and high taxes on farmers.

Baltimore Jimmy John’s workers stop work, march on boss

On August 22nd, Jimmy John’s workers in Baltimore engaged in a short work stoppage and marched on the boss to demand the right to organize without retaliation.

“I never met a man I admired more”: Vincent St. John (1876-1929)

A short biography written by Juan Conatz of Vincent St. John, who was a hugely important and influential member in the IWW's early years.

The making of "outside agitators"

A piece by Crimethinc refuting the "outside agitator" slur that has been deployed in Ferguson, Missouri, where protests and clashes with police have occurred in response to the killing of an unarmed black teen.

What they mean when they say peace

A response from Crimethinc to the Governor of Missouri's insistence on "peace now, justice later".

Who is an "outside agitator"? - Richard Seymour

A short piece by Richard Seymour that serves as a reminder of the racist roots of the phrase "outside agitator".

Ferguson: over one week in

An article from St. Louis anarchists about the unrest in Ferguson.

Zim ship sits unloaded at Port of Oakland

ILWU shift not reporting to work

After Zim Integrated Shipping Service ship Zim Piraeus was kept offshore due to a pro-Gaza protest at the Port of Oakland on Saturday, August 16, 2014, a longshore shift from ILWU refused to cross "community pickets" on Sunday, August 17, leaving the ship docked but unloaded.