Today is May 1st, International Workers’ Day. It’s a curious affair for modern anarchists, as we memorialise the Haymarket Affair of 1886 which kicked it all off but we are surrounded by a constant corporate shrieking. “Looking to get away for the summer?” “Buy this and make life complete!” “Is your beach bod ready?” The cacophony
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.
Last weekend fascists from alt- right group Generation Identity held the ‘European Reunion’ conference in London.
The Great Pension Dispute of 2018: How the Bosses and the Union Officials Hoodwinked the Rank and File
In any trade union dispute but particularly in high profile large trade union disputes, the rank and file have two enemies to defeat, one external and one internal.
European neo- nazis are gathering in Ostritz: a sleepy German town of 2,300 people near Polish and Czech borders, to celebrate 129th anniversary of Adolf Hitler’s birthday.
Based in Nottingham, the Sparrows’ Nest is a key archiving project for the literature of the British anarchist movement.