We are super happy to announce that we have just launched a crowdfunder to publish our first book, Working Class History: Everyday Acts of Resistance & Rebellion.Continue reading “Working Class History: the book!”
A four-part podcast miniseries about opposition to the wars in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos in the United States. We speak with Cora Weiss, Vivian Rothstein, Omali Yeshitela, Michael Novick and Joe Maizlish about their participation in a movement which grew from being a small fringe to having the support of the majority of the population.
Double podcast episode about the Portuguese revolution of 1974-5, also known as the Carnation Revolution, which overthrew the Portuguese empire and the right-wing Estado Novo regime. Continue reading “E41-42: The Portuguese revolution”
Double podcast episode where we give a brief general overview of the Spanish civil war and revolution which broke out after the attempted military coup by right-wing general Francisco Franco 1936-1939. Continue reading “E39-40: The Spanish civil war – an introduction”
Special Working Class History episode produced by our friends at lefty comedy podcast Srsly Wrong, speaking with John from WCH about mutinies: rebellions in the armed forces. Continue reading “E38: Mutiny! with Srsly Wrong”
Working Class History has contributed numerous essays to the 1-31 digital collection, curated by Adam Carr at Collecteurs. Check them out after the jump. Continue reading “WCH collaboration with Collecteurs”
Podcast miniseries about the 43 Group of mostly Jewish ex-servicemen and women who battled Oswald Mosley’s fascists in Britain’s streets after World War II. Continue reading “E35-37: The 43 Group”
Information about and merch celebrating Loukanikos, “sausage”, the most famous of the stray Greek “riot dogs” who joined demonstrations and strikes in Athens in the 2000-2010s. Continue reading “Loukanikos, the most famous Greek “riot dog””
Double podcast episode about anti-racist Asian youth movements in Bradford, England in the 1970s and 80s. We speak to Tariq Mehmood about the Asian Youth Movement, the United Black Youth League, and his seminal trial as one of the so-called Bradford 12. Continue reading “E33-34: Asian youth movements in Bradford”
First episode of the Working Class Literature podcast, about the life and work of radical hobo author T-Bone Slim. A prolific columnist for the revolutionary Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) union in the United States, he was also a poet and songwriter as well as a barge captain working on the New York waterfront.
Continue reading “WCL E01: T-Bone Slim – the laureate of the logging camps”