The following is an interview with New River Workers Power based in Christiansburg, VA. NRWP has helped to organize a strike of Target workers in the New River Valley area with the demand to terminate an abusive supervisor and for recognition from the company. They have already won their first demand. The interview was conducted
By now, folks have seen plenty of news coverage of the disaster unfolding in Texas as a result of flooding from Hurricane Harvey. By all accounts this flooding is worse than anything that Houston has ever seen. Some neighborhoods are entirely under water. Hospitals in the Medical Center are being evacuated. There are air and
This is the last in our series of posts about the Trump regime. Part one can be found here, and part two is here. We have argued that Trump’s election represents a deepening impasse in neoliberalism, and that this impasse results from a systemic crisis in capitalism. As capital works to counteract falling profit rates
Members of Unity and Struggle are often asked what sets us apart from socialists and statist Marxists on the one hand, and Anarchists on the other. We have wrestled with many labels, debating whether to call ourselves “anti-state communists,” “libertarian Marxists,” simply, “communists,” or something else entirely. Ultimately, we have left this to individual members to decide.
Members of Unity & Struggle and other comrades collaborated on this piece, which challenges us to reflect on the strategy and tactics of revolutionary anti-fascism. Originally featured on Lifelong Wobbly. Written by three members of the Atlanta General Defense Committee “Outside Agitators” – but who’s agitating? The scene in Auburn, AL when we showed up