Through the noise of modern life, Chicago’s Martyrs still sing

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 makes it hard to be heard, to remember, to tell vital stories. A… Continue reading