We are super happy to announce that we have just published our first book, Working Class History: Everyday Acts of Resistance & Rebellion.
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”
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””
One of the Working Class History team has started a new sister podcast to ours, taking a radical look at fiction and culture. Check out this short audio introduction. Continue reading “More information about Working Class Literature”
Negro Matapacos (“Black Cop-Killer”) was a famous stray dog from thestreets of Santiago who joined student protests across the city from 2010, and in particular during the 2011 movement for free education. Continue reading “Negro Matapacos: Chile’s “riot dog””
30 July was the 5th anniversary of the start of the Working Class History project. So we launched a birthday appeal to try to make WCH sustainable in the long-term. Now more than ever, we think it’s vitally important to learn the lessons of our history, so we can organise and win victories in the present. Continue reading “Working Class History turns 5: fundraising appeal”
Following on from the success of the Working Class History podcast and social media pages, we recently decided to start a new sister project: Working Class Literature. Continue reading “Introducing Working Class Literature”
We are very pleased to announce the launch of Arabic language WCH pages, run by our friends, to help promote radical and people’s history to the world’s 230 million Arabic speakers. Continue reading “Working Class History in Arabic”