Another solidarity network/IWW case – A potential for a strategic leap

  The following case reveals the strategical potential of solidarity networks: to create links between individual proletarians in structurally weak positions and the world of workers’ power in big workplaces. A friend of a Punjabi guy who we had previously supported against his boss, got in touch with us. He is also a Punjabi truck […]

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A Prol-Kult Bricolage

“This is so 1980s. This is not even funny” Hannah Aren’t Hello comrades, We’ve entered the culture war and would like to thank the London Arts Council and Momentum’s ‘Activist Art for Socialist Realism’-Fund for the financial support. We would also like to thank Tesco for three years of employment and the ‘Driver Handbook’ that […]

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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 your aims and how do you go about achieving them? T: We are a collective based in West London, we moved here […]

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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 appeal. The main questions he tackles are: why and how racism, specifically against black people, has existed historically; and how it operates […]

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