Today is international women’s day, a day for appreciating the status of women in the modern world. It was on this day that women textile workers kicked off the February Revolution against the Romanov Empire with a demonstration, creating a …Read more
By Tom Wetzel
January 14th is the 100th anniversary of Murray Bookchin’s birth. Perhaps it is worth looking at his contribution to radical politics.
Bookchin had been involved in the communist youth movement in the 1930s. He eventually …Read more
Trumps Capital Chaos
Short Statement by the Workers Solidarity Alliance (WSA)
On Wednesday, January 6th 2021, an attack organized by a far right wing mob on the Capitol Building of the United States took place while congress met to certify …Read more
By Melissa Jameson
I’ve always been interested in labor feminism in particular, and the wider socialist-feminist tradition. Lately, I’ve been wanting to reconnect with our Anarchist Syndicalist roots.
The spirit of the older labor feminist movement was mostly reformist. It …Read more
WSA 2020 Labor Day Statement —— The Time is Now
Over a hundred years ago a frightened President Grover Cleveland pushed congress to recognize Labor Day as a federal holiday in 1894 (the September holiday was first observed in 1882 …Read more
By Steve Boyce, Jake Edwards and Tom Wetzel – published in Ideas & Action #7, Summer, 1986
By Mike K.
Patriarchy isn’t just an essential ingredient of “traditional family values”; it is explicitly required practice by most of the world’s religions. The Abrahamic religions codify the social subordination of women based on religious mythology dating back to …Read more
May Day as we know it began as ancient pagan commemoration of the start of spring, the season in which we reap the bounty of the Earth through cultivation of the soil, and rejoice in fertility and the beauty of …Read more