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Meeting with worker-comrade from Brazil

Brazil: A proletarian response to populism Come join us in a presentation and discussion with a comrade from the Invisíveis group in Brazil. He will be talking about the work of his collective,… Continue reading

AngryWorkers – Class Struggle Reading Group – Corrected dates

AngryWorkers are hosting a reading group based on texts about different aspects of class struggle. We hope to have a meeting every two months. There will be a text (maximum 30 pages) to… Continue reading

Looking forward in anger – AngryWorkers’ review of 2018 and plans for the new year

Comrades, 2019 will be a good one! The political honchos from left to right are in chaos, the crisis is sharpening. What we need are independent working class initiatives that combine self-defense against… Continue reading

Workers’ Power at Heathrow – A report

A friend works as a maintenance engineer at Heathrow airport. You can read about working conditions and organising efforts below – a shorter version will be distributed to Heathrow workers in WorkersWildWest no.9.… Continue reading

The Yellow Vests’ Protests cause traffic jams in west-London warehouses

A friend of ours works in a small warehouse in west-London that organises shipments between the UK and the British Virgin Islands. Recently conveyor parts deliveries were delayed by road blockades in France,… Continue reading

WorkersWildWest no.8

For pdf version click here: www8 WORKERS WILD WEST – FREE NEWSPAPER FOR GREENFORD, PARK ROYAL, SOUTHALL, HEATHROW – Issue no.8 NOBODY’S GONNA SAVE US, SO LET’S LOOK OUT FOR EACH OTHER! CONTENT… Continue reading

Women and the union – A factory in west-London

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… Continue reading

Class relations in the US – a background text

We wrote this text last year, as a reading suggestion for our debate on current class struggle in the US. We thought it might still be of interest… In the first meeting of… Continue reading

Southall Waterside Stinks! – Local working class resistance against soil and air pollution

In the media workers are usually portrayed as people who don’t care about ‘the environment’ – we see mining workers defending mining jobs or car workers demonstrating to keep car plants open. We… Continue reading

West-London Solidarity Network – Steps towards local working-class self-defence – An update

Self-defence against bosses, migration police, racist scumbags and other enemies of the working-class doesn’t fall from the sky. Weekly drop-ins and individual support are first necessary steps – and they can be laborious.… Continue reading