Ben Franks on “The (Alt.) Right and the Attacks on University Workers: the case of Nathan Jun”;
Iain McKay on “The life of Peter Kropotkin (author of the Conquest for Bread) from the Paris Commune to the Kronstadt Revolt”;
Hailey Maxwell, trade unionist and community activist, on the Workers’ Stories Project: a project committed to recording worker perspectives from below, the Workers’ Stories Project has been the only Scottish attempt to record the transformation of social life during COVID-19 from a working-class perspective;
Nick Heath, Launch of The Idea – a timely new work on Anarchist Communism from long-term activist and historian;
Jade Saab, researcher and IWW Regional Organiser, on “What is a revolution? Lessons from the recent uprisings in North Africa and West Asia”.
Meetings, including the Communist Workers Organisation on “Nationalism and Internationalism: with an eye towards the current war in Ukraine, presenting a ‘No War but Class War’ perspective; Glasgow Anarchist Communist Group on “Lets Get Organised: the need for an anarchist communist political organisation”.
And films in the CCA cinema: “Visions of Resistance – shorts about anarchism, May Day, and struggle”.
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