Category: WSA

International Women’s Day 2013

Workers Solidarity Alliance 2013 International Women’s Day Statement On March 8, 1908, thousands of women left their jobs in the sweatshops of New York City’s Lower East Side and took to the streets to demand their rights as women and as workers. In 1917, their sisters in Russia followed suit, and helped to bring about […]

WSA Statement of Solidarity with UK St-Imier Conference Detainees

Upon returning from the International Gathering on Anarchism in St-Imier Switzerland, two anarchists from the UK were detained and harassed for hours by remarkably poorly informed SO15 (counter-terrorism) gang-members.  During the detention at Heathrow airport, our comrades had their personal effects rummaged through, their biometrics taken (DNA, fingerprints etc. . . ), and the data […]

Workers Solidarity Alliance Holds 2012 Continental Conference

This year’s WSA conference was a productive one for all involved. If at times arduous, it was for good reason, with a dozen attendees and delegates, all comrades working hard to decide not only our strategies for the year to come, but how to become more organized in the here and now. Below is a quick […]

Reaganism isn’t the problem – capitalism is!

From the ideas & action print magazine archives…… The print version of ideas & action began publication two years before the Workers Solidarity Alliance (WSA) was organized in November 1984. Over the course of the next 15 years we published 17 issues of a high-quality magazine. Over time, we will be posting articles which originally […]