Our May Day History May Day has been a festive holiday for centuries. As a workers’ holiday, May Day arises from events that took place in Chicago in 1886 when a bomb exploded as police charged a rally. Four of … Continue reading
This gallery contains 6 photos.
Originally posted on Industrial Workers of the World:
Earlier today members of the Industrial Workers of the World have taken a delegation of local activists to visit the Greencastle Peoples Office (GPO) in the heart of the Sperrin Mountains where…
Why Safer Spaces? Totally safe spaces would be good, but are probably not possible under capitalism and patriarchy. A Safer Spaces policy is the next best thing. As a radical union that engages in both workplace organising and community campaigning, … Continue reading
MAY DAY START TO MAY DAY WEEK TUESDAY, MAY 1ST… A Local Event Celebrating an International Holiday for Working Class Solidarity PARADE Gathering at the cenotaph in George Square at 11.30 am, the heading up Buchanan Street with a … Continue reading
An International Women’s Day event, initiated by the Equality Officers of the Clydeside Branch of the Industrial Workers of the World, will be held on Thursday, the 8th of March. The rally and Walk of Pride will assemble at 4.30 … Continue reading
Now is the time for both women and men across Scotland, the UK, and internationally to take to the streets to demand an end to violence against women and the attitudes that support it. The cuts which have descended on … Continue reading