There are few people alive who have spent a lifetime as politically involved as she has. She is 91 years old, the founder of Wages for Housework Campaign, and has fought to end institutional racism and gender inequality. Her life is the epitome of a constant struggle for a new world based on international solidarity.
In its 50 years of existence, Global Women’s Strike has led a number of campaigns. The main one: the one that seeks justice for the work that women do at home and all that it entails. A series of events commemorates this struggle and on 28 May, in London, it […]
On 30 April in London, protesters targeted the branch of HSBC on Oxford Street for an action demanding that the British bank remove Cuba from its sanctions policy. Text and photos by FRFI The action was called by Rock around the Blockade (RATB), the Revolutionary Communist Group/Fight Racism! […]
A cross-border solidarity event, from Europe to the three Americas, recalls the tragic events that marked the National Strike in Colombia and the reality of violence in the country. Its slogan: “Justice for the murdered, freedom for political prisoners, no more false positives”. The date: 28 April in London and […]
On Sunday 5 December, the people of Amadiba will march along the Wild Coast to demand that Shell’s project be scrapped. A picket in London will stand in solidarity with Amadiba and other communities. Call from Amadiba Crisis Committee, South Africa. Andy Higginbottom* Only a month after the […]