Originally written by CrimethInc. with the title “How to Justify Workplace Theft,” here’s the text edited and redesigned as a letter-size (8.5″x11″) tri-fold brochure. Perfect for leaving in the nooks and crannies of workplaces.
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A pamphlet using Marx's first volume of Capital to study the history of the class struggle of the Lowell and Lawrence young woman workers against the paternalistic capitalists. Perhaps serves as an intro to thinking of the concrete application of Capital's categories.
Pamphlet with two essays ranging across a short history of UK cleaning sector struggles and strikes:
1) Cleaners’ Organizing in Britain from the 1970s:
A Personal Account by Sheila Rowbotham
2) Crisis In The Cleaning Sector (2014)
Paginated for double-sided printing.
This book is intended to raise consciousness of what shoplifting entails and what issues are linked to it. It is also intended to warn against traps for shoplifters. None of the suggestions are fool-proof. Shoplifting is also not completely sustainable.
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We are all units that can unite to create a just future. But all attempts are predetermined to fail, as long as these units are zeros. read more »
A collection of interviews and historical documents by and about the George Jackson Brigade and Men Against Sexism, focusing on the many forms of queer struggle against prison society.
From a text by AM Bonanno, with some edits and additions
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 »
Updated support handbills (January 2014)
σὺν Ἀθηνᾷ καὶ χεῖρα κίνει (with Athena, move also your hand)
-ancient Greek proverb
Written by anonymous, with layout by Invisible City, this zine ties together anarchist and anti-fascist struggles in Greece with occupation movements, freedom struggles in Turkey, mining, squatting, the power of the barricade, and resistance to Western civilization. read more »