February 21st: Alnwick is a town of around 8,000 people in north Northumberland.
February 14th: Bristol mutual aid group Base and Roses are raising money for asylum seekers currently housed in Penally Camp in Wales.
February 10th: The TEFL Workers’ Union (a section of the IWW) has filed for a tribunal to support English language teachers who suffered financial loss as a result of Kaplan International’s use of rolling fixed-term contracts.
February 16th: Freedom’s long-running US correspondent Louis Further does his monthly roundup of some of the lesser-known stories that have emerged over the last few weeks.
February 6th: KRAS, a section of anarchist international the IWA, has come out swinging against the false choice of a right-wing bigot or a murderous autocrat posed by recent protests — in the following statement the group explains why.
February 5th: On Sunday 7th February, Spanish police are due to arrest rapper Pablo Hasél.
February 23rd: George, 24, is having to go to work at a small London office during the pandemic, despite being able work from home.
February 22nd: The following long read first appeared in Freedom’s July and August issues in 1912, as the Great Unrest was in full swing.
February 20th: Continuing our multi-part series marking the 100th anniversary of the death of Peter Kropotkin, this October 1890 article considers how to avoid the curdling of a revolutionary mindset over the long haul of social change.
Greek Horror: How an Epstein level paedophile scandal could connect to the first time in Greek history that a political prisoner dies of hunger strike
February 23rd: CW: mentions of child sexual abuse.
February 19th: The nefarious Daily Mail back in early May last year described the legitimate concerns of many people, including among its own readership, about a premature return to work as ‘coronophobia’! This word implies that people’s real fears for their own safety in a life-threatening pandemic which had already caused by that date at least 143,
February 18th: Netpol’s Kevin Blowe argues that Britain’s nascent abolitionist movement needs to focus its energy into long-term grassroots organising, not top-down academic debate.