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AngryWorkers: A conversation

A IWW comrade and researcher asked us questions about our local experiences and thoughts on working class organising… Q: Do you want to give me a brief description of the group? What are… Continue reading

Review of ‘Hired’ by James Bloodworth

Comparisons with George Orwell abound as Bloodworth goes undercover to investigate the murky depths of the low-waged sector in the UK. He says his aim is to merely describe what he sees –… Continue reading

Review of Akala’s ‘Natives. Race & Class in the Ruins of Empire.’ July 2019

Akala has become the go-to, articulate, media-savvy commentator of race relations in the UK. He has formulated his thoughts into a concise and readable book on the topic, which has had mainstream crossover… Continue reading

L’enquête ouvrière sur les centres d’appels de 1999 : une démarche toujours actuelle !

New translation: http://npnf.eu/spip.php?article648 For PDF cliquez ici: aww_centres_d_appels_9_juillet_2019

Des limites de «l’intersectionnalité»

A friend translated our article / book review into French: De Grunwick à Gate gourmet

WorkersWildWest no.9

Click for PDF: www9 DRAFT WORKERS WILD WEST NO.9 – FREE NEWSPAPER FOR GREENFORD, PARK ROYAL, SOUTHALL, HEATHROW THERE’S NO JUSTICE – JUST US! CONTENT PAGE 2: Editorial: Coming up against the state… Continue reading

Delivery workers struggle in Indonesia

Indonesian-ojek-eng_final Ojek is Indonesian and means motocycle taxi. Ojeks are the indispensible means of transportation in Indonesian cities. Since a cople of years, big companies like “Grab” and “GO-Jek” and until last year… Continue reading

Reading group / Racism and Class / 11th of July 2019

At the next meeting of our class struggle reading group we want to get our heads around the current debate on racism and class. Unsurprisingly the debate is the most advanced in the… Continue reading

Class, racism and women’s oppression – Critical thoughts on intersectionality theory

AngryWorkers, June 2019 Introduction We were recently invited by our friends and comrades from TPTG [1] and the Assembly of Workers and Unemployed from Syntagma Square to Greece where we took part in… Continue reading

Few thoughts on democratic socialism – Introduction to a pamphlet on class struggle under Allende‘s government, Chile 1973

We recently listened to Bhaskar Sunkara presenting his new book with the modest title ‘The Socialist Manifesto‘ at Red Emma Bookshop [1] and Novara Media [2]. For various reasons which we’ll talk a… Continue reading