2016

Industrial Worker (Winter 2016)

The Winter 2016 (#1776, Vol. 113, No. 1) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Contents include:

-Readers' Soapbox

-Upstate NY IWW holds Black Friday action at Walmart by Greg Giorgio

-Check out the wonderfully-disobedient Bryan McPherson by x331980

-To the juveniles confined throughout amerika by Hybachi LeMar

-Twin Cities IWW's Sisters Camelot Canvass Union stays strong in a three-year struggle by Shuge Mississippi

-Support the Southern IWW speaking tour by Brandon S

-Remembering the women who perished in the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire by Raymond S. Solomon

-Black History Month: remembering a long history of U.S.-led racist oppression by Nolan Grunska

-Workers' power against police brutality and racist terror by Brandon Sowers

-Keep on rockin' GLAMROC! by Mark Richter (GMB Frankfurt) & Jonathan Sznejder (GMB Cologne)

-A journey to the heart of Zapatista territory by Brendan Maslauskas Dunn

-Beware of company consciousness by x372712

-"Patriot" militias exploit rural communities' crises by x372712

-In China, labor unrest and crackdowns on the rise by John Kalwaic

AttachmentSize
Industrial Worker (Winter 2016).pdf6.09 MB

Industrial Worker (Spring 2016)

The Spring 2016 (#1777, Vol. 113, No. 2) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Contents include:

-Incarcerated workers join the IWW, form the Free Virginia Movement by the IWW Incarcerated Workers' Organizing Committee

-Rest in peace, Fellow Worker Louis Prisco by FW Sparrow

-Readers' Soapbox

-Portland Tenants United organizes against eviction and displacement by Shane Burley

-Jimmy John's settles with Baltimore Wobblies over illegal firing by Matthias Lalisse

-Fighting for $15 at UPS: lessons from a daunting campaign by FW Coeur de Bord

-Condemned for life for self-defense by The FreeSpook Movement

-Joe Hill 100 road show tour holds concerts in three dozen cities by Ron Kaminkow

-Spike Lee's "Chi-raq": a commodification of street life in Chicago (Review by Matt Zito)

-Wobbly sing-along

-Songs of American labor protest by Roger Karny

-Review: The Incomplete, True, Authentic and Wonderful History of May Day by Peter Linebaugh (Review by Staughton Lynd)

-Teachers, students fight austerity across the U.S. by John Kalwaic

-Organizing currents by x364631

-Workers occupy factory in Genoa, Italy by John Kalwaic

AttachmentSize
Industrial Worker (Spring 2016).pdf7.95 MB

Industrial Worker (Summer 2016)

The Summer 2016 (#1777, Vol. 113, No. 3) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Contents include:

-Portland Burgerville workers unionize by Portland IWW

-Maryland IT workers strike and win with the IWW by Benjamin Charles

-Fired UPS worker fights, wins job back by Package Handlers' Organizing Committee

-Readers' Soapbox

-Berry pickers to hold union election by x331980

-Announcing the 2016 nearly annual Cascadia IWW campout by x364388

-Clydeside IWW remembers radical weavers by Keith

-Illegally-fired Starbucks worker receives settlement from company by Anja Witek

-Wobblies to commemorate Everett Massacre in November by x331980

-Farewell, Fellow Worker Paul Poulos by FW Greg Giogio

-May Day with Nicaraguan workers in Lane, Oregon by the Lane IWW

-Black Lives Matter: global uprising against police brutality by Juan Conatz

-May Day reclaimed in Trukey by Devrimci Anar┼čist Faaliyet

-Teachers rise up, face repression in Oaxaca by John Kalwaic

-Review: Memories of Sam Dolgoff (Review by Peter Cole)

-A new era of Wobbly folk music with Monday Morning Denial by W.H. Glazer

-Reviving class consciousness by FW Ben Robertson

-Original Wobbly, Pierce Wetter by Steve Thornton

-The social war in France by the French CNT International Secretariat's European Workgroup

AttachmentSize
Industrial Worker (Summer 2016).pdf3.17 MB

Industrial Worker (Fall 2016)

The Fall 2016 (#1777, Vol. 113, No. 4) issue of the Industrial Worker, the newspaper of the revolutionary union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW).

Contents include

-Letter from the Industrial Worker editor

-Some clarifications on Lucy & Albert Parsons by Raymond S. Solomon

-Incarcerated workers strike across the United States on September 9th: report from the prison strike's first month by FW Mike L (Originally appeared in the Incarcerated Worker)

-NYC diner workers organize with the IWW by Marianne LeNabat

-Farmworkers win landslide union election by x331980

-Letter of congratulations to Familias Unidas por la Justicia from the Industrial Workers of the World General Administration

-2016: a year of wildcat strikes around the globe by John Kalwaic

-Farewell, Rochelle Semel: you will always be an inspiration to us all by Greg Giorgio

-November 5th to mark 100th anniversary of the Everett Massacre in Washington by the Whacom-Skagit GMB

-This November I remember Szmul Zygielbojm by Raymond Solomon

-How corruption destroyed the American labor movement (Review of Solidarity for sale: how corruption destroyed the labor movement and underminded America's Promise) Review by Brandon Oliver

-Labor must stand united against the Dakota Access Pipeline by Shallah Baso

-No more political prisoners by x363930

-Building the IWW program: stepping stones to our democratic future by FW Jimi Del Duca

AttachmentSize
Industrial Worker (Fall 2016).pdf4.16 MB