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Better than we know ourselves: a ruling class view of the trade unions

By Solidarity Federation – LibCom.org, July 14, 2012 Disclaimer: The views expressed here are not the official position of the Bristol branch of the IWW and do not necessarily represent the views of anyone but the author’s. If your only exposure to labour issues is through the torn and tattered pages of a greasy tabloid, you…

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Industrial Worker – Issue #1769, November 2014

Headlines: Portland IWW Battles With Non-Profits Over Union Busting Fellow Worker Arrested In People’s Climate March In November We Remember Penny Pixler Features: Making Our Voices Heard Against Sexism In The IWW In November We Remember U.S. Labor Struggles Understanding The Role Of Prisoner Intellectuals Download a free PDF of this issue here

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Industrial Worker – Issue #1769, October 2014

You can read the latest issue of the Industrial Worker here Headlines: IWW UPS Workers Organize Against Police Brutality The 2014 IWW General Convention: Learning From Our Mistakes, Moving Forward Baltimore Jimmy John’s Workers File ULP Lawsuit Features: A Labor Day Weekend For The Unseen Laborers New Survey Of Online IWW Sign-Ups: A Wake-Up Call…

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Action against Samsung Bristol and Repair Phones 4u

Last week, members of the Bristol branch of the IWW engaged in direct action against Samsung Bristol and Repair Phones 4u (no link to the troubled Phones 4u) on Park Street. This was following on from action undertaken back in July , and a conciliation process with Acas, where it was revealed that while Matthew was on…

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Statement on the Morning Star’s suppression of domestic violence allegations

Reposted from IWW Scotland website: The Clydeside branch of the Industrial Workers of the World fully supports one of its members, Rory MacKinnon, in his dispute with the Morning Star. Fellow worker MacKinnon was disciplined by the Morning Star for asking questions — just what a journalist should do. We urge all members of the IWW, and the…

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Industrial Worker – Issue #1768, September 2014

You can read the latest issue of the Industrial Worker here   Headlines:* Baltimore Jimmy John’s Workers Announce IWW Membership* Portland Canvass Workers Walk Off The Job, Demand Unpaid Wages* Work People’s College Europe: A Huge SuccessFeatures:* Fighting Patriarchy In The One Big Union* Review: Case Studies Of Worker Self-Organization* John Reed’s First Labor Love:…

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March on the Boss, Samsung Bristol

On Thursday 10th of July members of Bristol IWW and friends visited the Samsung phone shop on Park Street in Bristol to speak to an unscrupulous boss who has recently dismissed an employee with no good reason. Matthew had worked for the same boss for over 5 years in his two laptop and phone repair shops….

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