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Notes on the 1971 Diliman Commune

An account of the 1971 Diliman Commune which was a student uprising against the Marcos dictatorship.

Statement from the national demonstration of students in Tehran, 7th December 2019

Students holding banners at the national demonstration in Tehran, December 2019

After weeks of mass protests in Iran, this is a translation of the statement from the national students' demonstration in Tehran, 7th December 2019.

Wildcat Strike Launched by UC Santa Cruz Grad Student Workers

Could the #Red4Ed strike wave spill over to higher education and graduate student organizing? Participant C.A. writes on the announced strike hours after the vote was taken. This article was first published by the Black Rose/Rosa Negra Anarchist Federation.

Wildcat Strike Launched by UC Santa Cruz Grad Student Workers

Could the #Red4Ed strike wave spill over to higher education and graduate student organizing? Participant C.A. writes on the announced strike hours after the vote was taken. This article was first published by the Black Rose/Rosa Negra Anarchist Federation.

A University Administrator Inquiry

An article examining the field of university administration, first published by Notes from Below.

Lama Sabachthani

On February 17,1977, Luciano Lama, the Communist union leader entered the occupied Rome University to 'lecture' the Students. He was —none too gloriously— driven off the campus. This is an eye-witness account of the event which broke open the deep-rooted conflict between the "new left" and the Italian Communist Party.

Interview on the strike wave in Mexico

SITUAM workers march in Mexico City, 2019 | Image courtesy Patrick Cuninghame

Ray Valentine interviews Patrick Cuninghame, a History and Sociology lecturer at the Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana (UAM) in Mexico City, about the strike wave in Mexico this year. The strikes started in Matamoros, among workers in maquiladoras (assembly plants), and later spread to seven universities, including UAM. This interview was first published on the Organizing Work blog.

Notts University Worker

Nottingham based cross-university campaign group and bulletin - made up of workers and students - for ALL workers and students! This bulletin was first hosted at Notes from Below.

KCL Justice for Cleaners statement on student blacklisting

On 19th March 2019, a minimum of ten politically active King’s College London students were blocked from entering the University. Vague justifications offered by security suggested that the Metropolitan Police had advised the University to ban all students that could be considered a security threat, on the basis of a visit by the Queen to open Bush House.