Participants Rab Cathy Castlemilk Against Austerity Sarah Mcglynn Scottish Unemployed Workers Network Ian McGregor (Glasgow South West Foodbank) Chris Stephens (MP) Paul McLaughlin WestGap Darren Loki McGarvey John Beattie (UWS) Matt Lygate (On the Corner) Andrew Kinning Park Complex
The term activist is a bit odd as it implies everybody else is inactive, which is far from the case. But for this we will imagine an activist as someone engaged in public life, in political life, is interested in things outside of the private. Should that not be everybody? Is there such a thing more »
Resistencia: The Fight for the Aguan Valley from Makila, Coop on Vimeo. This story isn’t over spread it
Relating to article – Journalism, Secrecy, and The Intercept By Glenn Greenwald and Michael Albert By Michael Albert Source Z Communications Some months back I interviewed Glenn Greenwald to appear on both ZNet and New Left Project – just as this article is appearing on both. The interview was substantive instead of an interviewer attacking and Greenwald parrying. The more »
Free University Open Learning “Workers City; the subversive past”. 45 mins duration. A documentary chronicling some ideas around radical Scottish working class history. Interviews with: Farquhar McLay, poet, editor of “the Voices of Dissent” and “Workers City” anthology of prose and writing, subtitled the Real Glasgow Stands Up’. John Taylor Caldwell, archivist, biographer of Guy more »
Spirit of Revolt Archive Glasgow from City Strolls on Vimeo.
If what started as a small group of people, with a vision of a free world had not been determined to change things – how many of us would still be chained in slavery? How many children would still suffer the abuse of forced labour? From the time a man took it into his head more »
“Power concedes nothing without a demand.” Frederic Douglass As well as figuring out how we can frame things in our own interests, we also need to be aware of how what we do fits into the bigger picture. If our aim is to make any important fundamental institutional change history will tell us the first more »