Monthly Archives: May 2017

For May Day: C.S.O.A. Forte Prenestino in Rome

From a friend of Autonomies … To celebrate the first of May inside a fort, a real historical fort with all the massive walls, heavy, imposing. To remember that there was once an attempt, here, on this piece of land, … Continue reading

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For May Day: Revolt is life

May Day, the “holiday” of the organised working class and shepherded celebratory memorial for all of those who struggled in the past for the benefits of labour today.  Yet after more than a hundred years of organised labour, “workers’ republics”, … Continue reading

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For May Day: The voices of the accused

What follows below is first a brief introduction to the history of May Day, authored by Eric Chase for the IWW.   May Day has its origins in the struggle for the eight hour workday in the united states.   … Continue reading

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