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 – Yellow Vests (and Brexit!) PAGE 3: Work report from a food factory in Park Royal – What to do about favouritism […]

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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 Uber took over the motorcyle taxi business by providing apps to call a bike. which is provided by the apps . (Uber […]

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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 a meeting about intersectionality theory – a theoretical approach that tries to understand how class, race and gender relate to each other. […]

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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 bit more about later on, we think that parliamentary politics are a dead-end. But we appreciated Sunkara‘s talk as being one of […]

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