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"Padrone di Merda" Worker Organizers Under Attack in Bologna, Italy

Workers organised in “Padrone di Merda” have been charged and ordered to leave their city. They are raising money for legal fees, and you can support them here.

What we Learn from the Corona Virus Pandemic

The writer is a sympathizer of Internationalist Perspective.

The culling of the herd - is this what is happening in Brazil, UK and USA?

Where did an investment fund economist get this knowledge and authority in order to reach that kind of conclusion? In other words: what is the disease that has been driving and legitimizing these people to mobilize for the reopening of Brazil's economy while death rates only increase? Who produced this? Where did it come from? How does it reproduce? The answer is: we are dealing with 21st century Nazism with “natural selection” varnish. Systematic extermination as an ideology.

Keep Your Rent Hamilton – Reflections on May Day and Organizing in a Pandemic

An organizer with Keep Your Rent Hamilton reflects on their rent strike campaign and May Day outreach efforts. This article was previously published on North Shore Counter-Info and It's Going Down.

Brazilian outsourced workers struggle to survive in UFG and UERJ: We are all Emmanuel!

These universities spend a lot of money, staff, and actions to say that they are fighting the pandemic. But the treatment displayed for the world is not applied to workers – they need to struggle and organize themselves.

Escalating State Xenophobia in South Africa

Abahlali baseMjondolo occupy central Durban, early 2020

Since its formation in 2005 Abahlali baseMjondolo, which now has more than 70 000 members in good standing in Durban, has opposed xenophobia and sought to build a politics rooted in democratically run land occupations open to all. During period waves of xenophobic violence, always incited and sanctioned to some degree by the state, the movement has taken direct action to 'shelter and defend' people under attack.

From a ready meals factory ... to social revolution

Review by Bob Myers of Class Power on Zero-Hours, by Angry Workers of the World (387 pages, £9.00, distributed by PM Press)

Air to Breathe

Air To Breathe poster

Air To Breathe - 40 Years of Oposition At Opel in Bochum
is a film about a group of militant workers inside the Opel car plant in Bochum, Germany. The group was founded in 1972, initially with the help of revolutionaries from the 1968 movement.

Failed Response to Coronavirus in Indiana Prisons (Pendleton Correctional Facility)

An article by Kevin "Rashid" Johnson exposing how Indiana prisons have responded to the pandemic. Since this article was first written, a hunger strike has broken out over the conditions described here.

(1M) COVID-19 Crisis: We are not on the same boat!

This year on First May we are launching a campaign „COVID-19 Crisis: We are not on the same boat!“