Submitted by Recomposition on Nov 15 2013 04:35
The third in Recomposition's series at looking at some of the arguments against the IWW.
Submitted by Recomposition on Oct 30 2013 03:54
An appeal for solidarity from a letter carrier in Edmonton to other postal workers at Canada Post in response to creeping management disciplinary letters.
Submitted by Recomposition on Oct 23 2013 01:19
What role do communication and media play in working class organizing? Scott Nappalos explores a political approach.
Submitted by Recomposition on Oct 23 2013 00:57
The second in Recomposition's series at looking at some of the arguments against the IWW. James P Cannon argues that the Russian Revolution made the IWW irrelevant and out of touch.
Submitted by Recomposition on Oct 5 2013 05:29
The first in a series of reposts of common arguments against the IWW (both historical and contemporary).
Submitted by Recomposition on Sep 28 2013 02:53
Workers often say that the fear of firings is one of the main reasons it’s so hard to get people to fight back. The power that bosses hold over workers through firings can put them on the curb for standing up. This fear is often unspoken, but present everyday in our workplaces. This piece we share explores how truly arbitrary that power is and its effects. When bosses can hurt us and sometimes ruin lives without any reason at all, it also reminds us why we need to organize.
Submitted by Recomposition on Aug 17 2013 06:51
Announcement of a forthcoming book titled Lines of Work: Stories of Jobs and Resistance, from Recomposition and Black Cat Press.
Submitted by Recomposition on Aug 5 2013 03:38
Announcement about some new pamphlets from Thoughtcrime Ink
Submitted by Recomposition on Aug 1 2013 20:03
An account of a dispute on whether a place of work would provide trash cans.
Submitted by Recomposition on Aug 1 2013 16:33
A short article about a safety concern at work and how it was dealt with by the author and his coworkers.
Submitted by Recomposition on Jul 18 2013 00:36
An account by Emmett J. Nolan about 'job conditioning' around the issue of breaks.
Submitted by Recomposition on Jul 17 2013 23:22
An article about fighting back against write-ups at work.
Submitted by Recomposition on Jul 8 2013 03:50
An account of reasons for organising, and the death of a young child.
Submitted by Recomposition on Apr 13 2013 21:02
In this article, Madaline tells the story of how she fell into organizing and the IWW – pushed both by terrible bosses and by amazing solidarity among her coworkers.
Submitted by Recomposition on Mar 7 2013 01:24
Dave Stannton's account of his experiences as a “pink collar” militant working at an immigrant-serving non-profit organized by a large public-sector union in Northern Alberta.
Submitted by Recomposition on Feb 8 2013 00:55
John O'Reilly on the Occupy movement in the United States and the direction it took.
Submitted by Recomposition on Jan 24 2013 04:41
An organizer's overview of an ended Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) campaign in the Twin Cities.
Submitted by Recomposition on Jan 12 2013 22:09
This essay is the second in a series articulating a methodological framework for developing Wobbly organizers and identifying key features of workplace committee building at the micro level.
Submitted by Recomposition on Nov 8 2012 04:49
An account written by Abbey Volcano about non-profit employment, lack of medical insurance and divisions in the workplace.
Submitted by Recomposition on Oct 22 2012 04:09
Nate Hawthorne reviews Solidarity Federation's upcoming pamphlet, Fighting for ourselves: anarcho-syndicalism and the class struggle.