Don’t Mourn … Organize! Remembering Joe Hill and His Music
Today marks the day 106 years ago that Joe Hill was executed by the state of Utah. An immigrant, worker, Wobbly, and songwriter, we celebrate his legacy with some of his best songs. His work lives on today, still performed widely with the same witty, fierce lyrics that rail against the capitalist system.
Kimberly AnnNovember 19, 2021
On This Day: The Little Falls Textile Strike of 1912
On January 3, 1913, workers across New York won their demands after eighty-seven days on strike.
Zed SimonJanuary 3, 2021
Noam Chomsky and Chris Hedges Are Wrong – Antifa and Nazis Are Not the Same
Following the murder of Heather Heyer in Charlottesville, Donald Trump enraged half of the US population once again by blaming both sides (Nazis and anti-Nazis) for the reckless and deliberate killing of the peaceful protester. A few days after condemning the “violence and bigotry on many sides”, he asserted that “there was a group on […]
Isaac RussoSeptember 2, 2017