Class Struggle Alphabetized
by Class War Federation
The first issue of Solidarity, free monthly newssheet of the Aotearoa Workers Solidarity Movement.
This issue has a special feature on water issues across Aotearoa / New Zealand.
* Not our crisis! Resist attacks on workers
* Water meters for Wellington?
* Profile: Auckland Water Pressure Group read more »
an eye witness account of the Los Angeles riots
For folks who are interested in understanding the LA riots of 1992 this is the zine for you. While the zine Three Days that Shook the New World Order is an alright attempt at understanding the riots, one is left with the notion that the Chicago Surrealist Group just seized upon the riots as a way to explain their manufactured boring rhetoric. read more »
This pamphlet aims to show what small groups and unions can achieve in workplace disputes. These examples and analyses of successful small-scale actions should prove instructive to workers in a variety of fields from a variety of backgrounds, whether they are in the transport or manufacturing sector, students or illegal immigrants, or are employed in another branch of industry. The articles collected here show that through creativity, organization and fighting spirit small groups of workers and activists are more than able to hold their own against the bosses. read more »
To note, this is a full page printout of the text, double sided.
From the Text: read more »
A situationist critique of "delinquents" and "respectable citizens": "We are typically given to understand that delinquents are rejecting the norms of society, and respectable citizens are being impoverished by a loss of the tranquil enjoyment of ordinary life. This way of viewing matters is perfectly misconceived. The problem is not that young delinquents have gone too far in their defiance of the dominant society, but that they have not gone far enough. The problem is not that the lives of the respectable citizens of this society have become disturbed, but that they have remained frozen. read more »
fighting for decent jobs and better lives for today's workers
Posters in solidarity with the Oakland Commune; display far and wide for all to see. One is color and 11X17, the other is B&W and 8.5X11.
Chapter 4 of Anarcho-Syndicalism
by Rudolf Rocker
A new periodical dealing with the 2011 occupation movement. geared more towards a NYC audience, but hopefully interesting to everyone.
A new pamphlet, based on Dave Strano's article "Of Tea Parties and Patriots..." written for participants in the Tea Party and U.S. Libertarian movement, is ready for printing and distribution. Many people are disaffected and angry right now, and countering the racist hatred and conspiracy theories of Glenn Beck, Lou Dobbs, Alex Jones, and Ron Paul are essential to combating fascism in America and gaining allies in our struggle for a free society.
These are our people, our families, our movement, and we can't let the mouthpieces of racists and the rich divide and conquer us.
Accounts of sitdown strikes and workplace occupations in the UK and around the world
Compiled by Libcom.org