work was intermittent – called to a halt for breakfast, lunch, the customary afternoon nap, and dinner.
Before capitalism, most people did not work very long hours at all. The tempo of life was slow, even leisurely; the pace of work relaxed. Our ancestors may not … Continue reading
Why we need to get away from liberal, middle class activists Intersectionality and privilege theory are useful analytical tools that when applied properly, explain the structure of the oppressive … Continue reading
Groups of people are smuggling fleeing refugees across borders—for free. Some show up when gangs of white supremacists gather in city centres and fight them off. Thousands of people … Continue reading
VIOME, is a factory in the outskirts of Thessaloniki. Due to the general economic recession and the bad administration, the parent company went bankrupted in 2011, abandoning the plant of … Continue reading
Corporate Watch, A-Z of Green Capitalism Those promoting green capitalism argue that if nature was valued correctly it will not only be protected, but even enhanced, along with the health … Continue reading
Can Football Fans Resist the Far Right Surge? by Kieron Monks (originally posted here) The newly-formed Football Lads Against Fascism (FLAF) is aiming to build a working class movement to challenge the influence … Continue reading