The latest issue of our Resistance free sheet is on the streets! This special issue looks at the struggles of women, both historically and today. Articles include a look at:
- Abortion struggles in Ireland and Spain
- Legal battles for women in the UK
- Gender and Factory Resistance in China
- Women & LGBTQIA in Ukraine today
- Free Women of Spain in the 1930s
- Dealing with sexual harassment at work
- Transgender struggles being side-tracked by mainstream acceptance
- The Angry Women of Liverpool
- Single mothers fighting social cleansing in East London
You can download the issue here!
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Resistance Special: Against War (pdf)
This bumper issue of Resistance is dedicated to resistance to wars and those who profit from them. A special focus is given to the way in which WW1 remembrance is being used as a celebration of militarism, and showing how the great war has never really ended.
If you would like a hard copy then do get in touch.
Opening exactly ten years after a US democratic socialist revolution we are presented with a world where working people, especially working class black and latina women, find the liberation they have been presented with a sham. The Woman’s Army forms to tackle childcare issues, economic violence, street harassment and sexual assault, however the government attempts to track them the whole time…
Contains a scene of attempted sexual assault.
If you are having to use Universal Jobmatch then check out this story in the Guardian. To quote:
“Developed by “a loose collective of people who identify as anarchists and work in the tech industry”, the Universal Automation plugin, which was added to the Chrome web store in early December, mimics the action of a real-life jobseeker. After the user searches for a job, with one click, the plugin automatically sends a CV to every position advertised on the first page of the results.”
Sounds good to me!