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The History of a Riot: Class, Popular Protest and Violence in Early Colonial Nelson

Petitions, public meetings, strikes, go-slows, violence and armed revolt. Nelson, New Zealand in 1843 was said to be 'in a state little short of anarchy'. In this paper, Jared Davidson argues that the self-activity of the Nelson labourers and their wives had a significant impact on the development of Nelson, drawing on traditions of popular protest, class power and the gendered labour of making shift. The agricultural backgrounds of many of the emigrants and the conflicts of the English countryside – including but not limited to the Swing Riots of 1830/31 – played a role in structuring the gang-men’s response to their situation.

Organising in our Communities: Housing Action Southwark and Lambeth

An article by Housing Action Southwark & Lambeth setting out their approach to organising. First published by Base Publication in 2015.

Building Mutual Support and Organising in Our Communities

A pamphlet collecting stories and organising tips from the London Coalition Against Poverty, published in 2014.

The Trouble With The Freedom Press Book About National Action

NA members outside the left luggage in Lime Street station

There is no mention of the militant anti-fascists who physically opposed the neo-Nazi group throughout their existence

Black Flag vol 04 #01 (May 1975)

An issue of Black Flag from 1975, kindly scanned in by the comrades at Sparrows Nest, Nottingham.

Black Flag vol 04 #02 (June 1975)

An issue of Black Flag from 1975, kindly scanned in by the comrades at Sparrows Nest, Nottingham

Black Flag vol 04 #03 (Aug 1975)

An issue of Black Flag from 1975, kindly scanned in by the comrades at Sparrows Nest, Nottingham

Black Flag vol 04 #04 (Sept 1975)

An issue of Black Flag from 1975, kindly scanned in by the comrades at Sparrows Nest, Nottingham.

Black Flag vol 04 #05 (Nov 1975)

An issue of Black Flag from 1975, kindly scanned in by the comrades at Sparrows Nest, Nottingham.