Comrades! We have two book launch meetings coming up in London – hope to see you at one of them! Thursday, 26th of March, Bookmarks Bookshop, 6:30pm 1 Bloomsbury Street, WC1B 3QE https://www.facebook.com/events/217147816112001/ Friday, 27th of March, MayDayRooms, 6:30pm 88 Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 1DH “AngryWorkers, a small political collective, have spent six years organising […]Read More London Book Launch!
Comrades started a new group in Croydon, their first explorations are documented on their blog: https://croydonkickoff.wordpress.com/2020/02/11/plugging-into-the-land-of-dubstep/ “In addition to the blog, we plan to run an irregular newsletter for distribution on the ground in Croydon and Mitcham and to start running regular solidarity network meetings in the area. At the time of writing we are […]Read More It’s going down… in Croydon
We wrote this for fellow workers of the IWW New Syndicalist: https://newsyndicalist.org/2018/11/19/tmm3-women-the-factory-and-the-union/ Women make up around 60% of the 800 workers in my factory. They are all migrant women – older women mainly from Gujarat and Sri Lanka, younger women from Eastern Europe. In the 1970s, 58% of all Indian women in the U.K. worked […]Read More Women and the union – A FACTORY IN WEST-LONDON
Woke up yesterday and it was the 21st century, so AngryWorkers finally join the twittering classes! Follow us! @workersangryRead More AngryWorkers on Twitter
We wrote this short report about the elections and the aftermaths for comrades abroad… Johnson won the election with the easiest of all promises: if you get me a majority I will get Brexit through parliament within weeks and after that I will spend money on hospitals and the police. This manifests a populist turn […]Read More A short report from the UK
Check out the new podcast of our comrades from ‘New River Workers Power’ in the US. These are the conversations to be had with workers in deprived regions, beyond the 2-minutes electoral sales talk on the door step… AboutRead More New River Workers Power: Conversations we need
The following thoughts on the strategy of democratic socialism forms part of our upcoming book reflecting on six years of working class inquiry and intervention in west-London… ‘Democratic socialism’ is currently the main alternative vision to transforming capitalism, and as such we need to take it seriously, despite our deep disagreement with it. By democratic […]Read More Labour defeat – Thoughts on democratic socialism