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Boris Yelensky: Returning to Russia (1917)

Boris Yelensky (1889-1974) was a Russian anarchist from Kuban, a city in southern Russia just north of the Black Sea. In the 1890s, he moved with his family to Novorosisk, a port city on the Black Sea. 1,197 more words

Anarchism

Solidarity and Vision

Today is a solemn day for the world: in what purports to be the freest democracy of all time and a model for the blessings of liberty to the rest of the teeming rabble, a con man assumes the most powerful position in human history after campaigning on a platform of white populism, hatred, mockery, and child-like antics while losing the popular election by nearly three million votes.  1,408 more words

After the JD Sports scandal, is it not time to organise a new post-capitalism model of unions?

There are seven million temporary and casualised workers in Britain, many of whom are paid the pathetic minimum hourly wage. Just under a million are forced to accept… 1,041 more words

Resistance

Kropotkin on Syndicalism and Anarchism

It’s that time of year again — no, not Christmas! It’s Kropotkin’s birthday and the Winter Solstice! As in years past, I celebrate this date by posting something by Kropotkin. 3,678 more words

Anarchism

Anarcho-syndicalist comrade Lola Gutierrez deported from Greece and returned to Spain

Anarcho-syndicalist solidaritarian Lola Gutierrez returned to Spain following her deportation from Greece. Lola was arrested at the airport ”El. Venizelos” and taken to the immigrant detention center Elliniko on account of the help she provided a Kurdish citizen to get to Barcelona. 235 more words

Greece

Barcelona: Demonstration at the Greek consulate in solidarity with anarcho-syndicalist comrade Lola Gutierez

The Greek state is persecuting a comrade in solidarity from Spain for committing the crime of helping a refugee. Yes, that is the Greek, the good, the humanitarian, the left wing, the state that’s worth a Nobel prize. 74 more words

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