workers

The Work and the Job

We rerun this piece which originally appeared on WRC’s blog in June 2011 by a member, and has since featured in the book Lines of Work (Black Cat Press, 2013). “I don’t think I’m cut out to be an employee.” It was a bitter joke.  My friend had just finished venting about one of her […]

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11/4/11 7pm: Occupations & Crisis: A film & discussion of La Dignidad de Los Nadies

Sweat Records 5505 Northeast 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida The system is in crisis, unemployment lines grow daily, and austerity is grinding away at our necessities and way of life. In 2001 Argentina experienced an even greater collapse, and massive movements emerged to build alternatives to the misery that was imposed upon them. Occupations, massive strikes, […]

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Batay Ouvriye- A Worker’s Flag Day (May 18)

Batay Ouvriye Port-au-Prince, May 27th, 2010 In the context of the Workers Mobilization Month launched during the camps’ first march on April 28th, 2010, and following up on the various activities developed May First, May 18th was a major date (see our previous document: “The mobilization is launched!”). In Haiti, May 18th is Flag Day. […]

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SOLIDARITY WITH THE GREEK WORKERS’ STRUGGLE!

The Greek working class is angry, and with good reason, with the attempt to load responsibility for the bankruptcy of the Greek State onto their shoulders. We maintain instead that it is the international financial institutions and the European Union who are responsible. The financial institutions have plunged the world, and Greece in particular, into […]

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