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14th December 2013

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Chatting in the pub about how amazing lucy parsons is.

Chatting in the pub about how amazing lucy parsons is.

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14th December 2013

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Wobblyism: Revolutionary Unionism for Today | by the Wobblyism Working Group →

anarchosyndicalism:

"…revolution is not a question of the form of organisation […] the class must have its own thought, its own critical method, its own will bent on the precise ends defined by research and criticism, and its own organisation of struggle channelling and utilising with the utmost efficiency its collective efforts and sacrifices…"

Amadeo Bordiga “Partito e classe,” Rassegna Comunista, no 2, April 15, 1921

"…the end in view is well worth striving for, but in the struggle itself lies the happiness of the fighter."

A. S. Embree, Wobbly, Letter to the Editor, Solidarity, Sept. 19, 1917

"…you cannot destroy the organization […] It is something you cannot get at. You cannot reach it. You do not know where it is. It is not in writing. It is not in anything else. It is a simple understanding between men (sic), and they act upon it without any evidence of existence whatever.”

U.S. Senator William Borah, on Wobblies’ “conscientious withdrawal of efficiency”, 1918.

Outline

1. Introduction
2. How Did We Get Here?
3. Redefining ‘Unionism’
4. Three Dominant IWW Organizing Models: Praise and Critique
5. Revolutionary Unionism and the Trajectory of the IWW: Staking Out a New Organizing Tradition
6. Conclusion

Tagged: iwwwobwobbliessyndicalistunion

14th December 2013

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radicalarchive:

‘Workers’ Opposition’, Chicago, first issue, early 1970’s. Not an official publication of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), ‘Workers’ Opposition’ was published by members of the IWW’s Metal and Machinery Workers Local 440 and Furniture Workers Local 420 to further understanding of the IWW’s ideas and principles.

radicalarchive:

‘Workers’ Opposition’, Chicago, first issue, early 1970’s. Not an official publication of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), ‘Workers’ Opposition’ was published by members of the IWW’s Metal and Machinery Workers Local 440 and Furniture Workers Local 420 to further understanding of the IWW’s ideas and principles.

13th December 2013

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16th June 2013

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Victory is mine!

Victory is mine!

12th June 2013

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girljanitor:

think-progress:

Even 50 years after the Equal Pay Act. 

white women are earning 77 cents for every dollar a white man earns. the actual breakdown goes a bit more like this:

white women make more than Black AND Hispanic men
Black and Hispanic women make less than all aforementioned categories
whoops your intersectionality here you dropped it

girljanitor:

think-progress:

Even 50 years after the Equal Pay Act. 

white women are earning 77 cents for every dollar a white man earns. the actual breakdown goes a bit more like this:

image

white women make more than Black AND Hispanic men

Black and Hispanic women make less than all aforementioned categories

whoops your intersectionality here you dropped it

Source: think-progress

12th June 2013

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fuldagap:

Sandinista guerrillas in Jinotega, Nicaragua, 1978.

fuldagap:

Sandinista guerrillas in Jinotega, Nicaragua, 1978.

Source: abustaif

5th June 2013

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Evening in bath

Evening in bath

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Pensive

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Solidarity with turkey

Solidarity with turkey