April 21st: Based in Nottingham, the Sparrows’ Nest is a key archiving project for the literature of the British anarchist movement.
April 15th: Most football clubs start as grassroots clubs.
April 12th: Peace News writes about its role in creating the globally-recognised icon. ‘Without you (Hugh Brock), Michael Randel (sic) and Pat (Arrowsmith) there would have been no symbol.’ So wrote the artist and designer of the nuclear disarmament symbol, Gerald Holtom, in a letter dated 29 September 1973 to Hugh Brock, PN editor 1955–1964, and the chair of
April 5th: As street confrontations continue to escalate between self-appointed guardians of American Fascism and various anti-fascist factions, PM Press released author scott crow’s collection Setting Sights: Histories and Reflections on Community Armed Self-Defense.
March 26th: Ahead of Cardiff Stop The Arms Fair protests due tomorrow, Jane Harries writes about some of the peace movement’s historic associations in Wales, and about modern-day movements.
March 22nd: Two years ago, the EU-Turkey deal on refugees came to force.
March 11th: Between 1963 and 1965, Noam Chomsky worked as a consultant on an Air Force project to establish English as an “operational language for command and control.” According to one of his students, who also worked on this project, the military justification for funding this work was “that in the event of a nuclear war, the
March 10th: As the British anarchist movement got going after a long decade on the back foot, Freedom’s October Ball showcased a burgeoning powerhouse.
March 7th: Women have always been systematically discriminated against by the football authorities, for simply wanting to play football.