IWCA

Anarchism and Community Politics

A finger points at the moon at a mass assembly, Porto Real

An anarchist critique of the community politics of the Independent Working Class Association from Black Flag issue 224, 2004.

Fighting On Home Turf: Community Politics & the IWCA

A Black Flag article on the working class community politics of the Independent Working Class Association (IWCA) from 2003.

Filling The vacuum - London AFA

Veneer of respectability: the "new" BNP

1995 document by some people within Anti-Fascist Action following the BNP's decision to abandon the streets. The document led to the creation of the Independent Working Class Association.

Crime and community

John Shute looks at leftist political group IWCA’s relationship to crime in the communities they serve.