This is the homepage of the Working Class History podcast: a podcast about all of those who have fought for a better world.
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If you’re new to our podcast and don’t know where to start, here are some of our best episodes which we recommend checking out first, depending on which subject interests you most:
- WCH Crime: The Columbia Eagle mutiny – about the hijacking of a ship full of napalm by two anti-war American sailors during the Vietnam war
- The Exotic Dancers Union – about strippers who successfully unionised their workplace, then took it over
- The League of Revolutionary Black Workers – about radical black autoworkers organising in Detroit in the 1970s
- Anti-Nazi youth movements in World War II – about the rebellious working class youth movements in fascist Europe in the 1930s and 40s
- The Vietnam war with Noam Chomsky – we speak about the geopolitics of the conflict, and hear the human cost from a member of the Vietnamese Women’s Union
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