Day-to-day struggle and class consciousness – Response to the review of ‘Class Power on Zero-Hours’ by the Communist Workers Organisation (CWO)

We want to thank the comrades of the CWO for their detailed review and use the opportunity to clarify our thoughts on the relation between day-to-day struggles, class consciousness and revolutionary rupture – and our role within this process. Their review can be found here: https://www.leftcom.org/en/articles/2020-08-12/class-power-on-zero-hours-learning-the-hard-way It wasn’t surprising that after we got a bashing […]

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‘Let’s get rooted’ – Zoom debate on university struggle as class struggle

This is the fifth in a series of Zoom meetings. The focus of the meeting is the question how we can combine a new effort to get strategically rooted within the local working class with a process of political debate and coordination beyond our localities. You can find information about the wider project here: https://letsgetrooted.wordpress.com/2020/05/25/founding-conference-for-working-class-strategy-and-organisation/ […]

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New UK initiative – Founding conference

For a new UK wide initiative to coordinate strategical debate and local working class practice: http://www.letsgetrooted.wordpress.com ———- Dear friends, Over recent weeks Croydon Solidarity 1, AngryWorkers and other comrades have started a debate about how to intensify our collaboration and make it open for others. 2 This debate was compounded by the Covid-19 crisis around us and encouraged […]

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Can the subaltern write? – A photo study of elegies on commercial van sunshields

Company property is defaced and its function altered, we might say re-appropriated (Marx, 1868). We would like to thank SOASS for their funding support of this study into the expression of largely cis-male gendered post-colonial subjects employed in the retail delivery sector. This is the third part in a series of explorations (AngryWorkers, 2019). [1] […]

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The Covid-19 regime and the working class: potentials for unification versus new divisions

In early-April we wrote a political summary of some of the global working class struggles under the Covid-19 regime. [1] We want to reiterate that ultimately it will depend on these struggles as to whether the current crisis will result in deeper divisions within the global working class or lead towards unification.  Still, we can […]

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