Zurich Switzerland. Several members of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) Zurich chapter were arrested on May 1 and held in solitary confinement for a longer period of time. Individuals were threatened with criminal proceedings. All were expelled from the inner city areaContinue reading Statement by #IWW #Zurich after the arrest of several members on #MayDay
Ireland. March 28, 2020. Statement by the IWW Ireland in times of the coronavirus.Continue reading #IWW #Ireland: Capitalism is the Virus – Class Solidarity is the Cure!
Toronto, Canadian territory: On Saturday May 4th, 2019, PEGIDA Canada (Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West) – the anti-Muslim, anti-immigration, white nationalists, along with their collaborators – assembled for a rally and a march outside Staples’s University and Armoury location just steps away from City Hall with alarming numbers yet again. The fact they did this on Star Wars day out of all days is unforgivable.Continue reading #Toronto: #NoPegida after-action report
UK: Statement by the IWW about the recent Home Office raids against courier.Continue reading #UK territory: #IWW statement on Home Office courier raids
Following our interview at the IWW organising summit, Anne, a GMB rep in West London food factories and member of Angry Workers of the World writes about conditions in her workplace and her experiences as a trade union rep. This piece is part of our Too Many Men series, a collection of articles addressing gender imbalance in trade unions and workplaces – you can read other articles in this series here and here.
The Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) are calling for an international day of action in solidarity with the J20 defendants on Monday, June 25th.
Call for a May Day strike by Philadelphia Industrial Workers of the World.
Statement by Seattle IWW about their support for a decentralized anti-cpaitalist May Day.
West Virginia teachers have ignited a fire, and it’s spreading. Tidewater education workers’ assembly on March 9, 2018.
The steering committee of the General Defense Committee voted to approve and release this brief statement last night after the fascist murder of a 32-year old woman in Charlottesville, VA, at the Unite The Right rally of fascist organizations. We now know her name, Heather Heyer, and the name of her murderer, who was apparently a member of the American Vanguard fascist group, and was photographed at the rally holding American Vanguard shields with explicitly fascist imagery on them.
Image: James Alex Fields Jr., the fascist suspected of murdering one antifascist with the intent of murdering countless in Charlottesville, Virginia on August 12, 2017. If the two cars he sped into were not on that street, dozens of antifascists would have been murdered.