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“Now and then the flame dies down, but solidarity is a stream of sparks”

Ilya Shakursky in court

Ilya Shakursky, an antifascist political prisoner in Russia, appeals to people to write to him, and to others imprisoned in the infamous “Network” case. See a note at the end about where to send messages

Russia’s Oldest and Largest Class Struggle Website Needs Community's support

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Antijob.net has been known on the Russian-speaking Internet for almost 20 years. For example, in 2019, the site received 8 million unique visitors. We received and processed more than 20 thousand responses manually. When the media write about labour conflicts, they use testimonials from our website. In this way, we help workers' voices be heard. We also run groups on social networks where we talk about injustice, capitalism, and class struggle. The total number of readers of our social networks is about 34 thousand subscribers.

Movie Review: ‘A United Kingdom’ (2016)

A review of a movie about a cross-cultural marriage with political implications.

Chicago Teachers Take Wildcat Action in the Face of Unsafe COVID Conditions

Report from Chicago IWW about recent wildcat strike actions by Chicago area teachers in the face of unsafe working conditions.

January 6: A Mass Base for Fascism?

Crimethinc's analysis of the coup attempt in Washington DC: As a consequence of Donald Trump’s supporters occupying the Capitol building in Washington, DC after a rally promoting his baseless claims of election fraud, the Republican Party is fracturing, setting the stage for the consolidation of a new bipartisan political center—albeit much further to the right than before.

Capitol Riot: The Grambling of Democratic Imagination

These events were not an aberration from democracy, because simply the USA were never democratic in the first place. They weren’t democratic when they had slaves, they certainly weren’t democratic when the segregation laws were in place, the separation of normal citizens and Others due to the color of their skin, and of course, they remained un-democratic when the Jim Crow laws withdrew and the ugly systemic racism was swept under the rag.

100 years Murray Bookchin

2021 marks 100 years since the birth of Murray Bookchin (on 14th of January), founding theorist of social ecology and one of the most profound thinkers of the 20th century.