Class Struggle Alphabetized
This is the Ruckus (dis)orientation guide to the University of Washington. It is an inversion of college orientation guides: it orients you about communities and cool activities around UW, and the things that are actually useful to know. read more »
"Die Anerkennung der Vergangenheit und die Beziehung zu ihr als einem Gegenwärtigen wirkt der Funktionalisierung des Denkens durch die bestehende Realität und in ihr entgegen. read more »
Rules for Picketing was distributed at official union rallies and events during the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1181 school bus drivers’ strike in New York City in early 2013. read more »
The conscious withdrawal of the workers industrial efficiency.
by Elizabeth Gurley Flynn
anarchism and class struggle in a port city
Kate Sharpley Library 2005
This situationist text concerns the cuts in public spending currently being unrolled by Britain’s Conservative-Liberal Democratic coalition government and the developing movement of opposition to them. It has in mind those who are inclined to do nothing, as well as those drawn to struggles that seek to defend public jobs and services. read more »
notes from the Seattle Union Record
Self-organisation is the first act of the revolution; it then becomes an obstacle which the revolution has to overcomeSubmitted by Anonymous on Wed, 03/07/2012 - 09:45.
Theorie Communiste look at revolution as communisation, through the lense of some recent struggles. read more »
Serum is supplement toward social war, a free publication of Kontinum -an autonomous anti-hierarchy group in Makassar, Indonesia, for an anti-capitalist anti-authoritarian struggle.
Essays by Silvia Federici and Lara Agustin.
1. On Sexuality as Work by Silvia Federici, 1975
2. Sex as Work & Sex Work Laura Agustín1
Stolen from the Commoner (http://www.commoner.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/commoner_issue-15....), and reformatted and uploaded by an anarchist hooligan in the Central Sands bioregion of Wisconsin.
articles from Workers Solidarity
by Selma James
“Nothing unified & revolutionary will be formed until each section of the exploited will have made its own autonomous power felt.”
from a talk by Martin Glaberman
Why do we fight back against American Apparel? read more »