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The Dead Gave Me Life: Reflecting on Día de los Muertos

By Jason Morales

– I laughed when I knew I was going to be late for the Día de los Muertos procession. I couldn’t help it, it was like I was destined to be late. 1,119 more words

Nick Offerman joins the CWU Homecoming Week celebration with a night of delicious ribaldry and song.

By Eric Rosane

On October 7, Central Washington University welcomed comedian and actor Nick Offerman to campus for Homecoming Week. Below is a detailed account of the anticipation, the laughter and the appreciation for Offerman’s comedic spirit and delicious ribaldry. 823 more words

The SABC & a democratic future

It was the 40th anniversary of South Africa’s “Black Wednesday” this week, the day in 1977 that saw the apartheid government crack down on opposition media, journalists and pro-democracy organisations. 702 more words

Inside Labour Column

Labour Party Conference 2017

What a Conference! Regardless of your political standing you can’t disagree with how positive and how much the members are behind the Labour leadership.

This Conference was a huge success. 457 more words


Exclusive video: Corbyn tells CWU - no apology for our links to 3m TU members

On Monday evening, Jeremy Corbyn spoke to a gathering of CWU (Communication Workers’s Union) activists in Brighton – and received the now-usual raucous welcome.

Corbyn talked of upturning expectations and the Establishment, of the important of creative digital communications in spreading the message of hope, of his pride at Labour’s links to over three million union affiliates, of Labour’s innate internationalism – and the justice and common sense of nationalisation of key industries: 122 more words

Labour's Gain Shows Unions' Pain - But Change Is Coming

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(TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady with public sector workers. Credit: Carl Court, Getty Images)

The Labour Party membership booms to over 600,000… 940 more words

Loudshirts Blog

Why join a union?

I often get asked why join a union? What can they do for me? Do they have any power? Do we have to strike all the time? 616 more words