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Prisoners all across the country go on strike against Slave Labor!

On August 21st, the anniversary of the killing of Black Panther George Jackson, prisoners all over the country went on strike. There are sit-ins, work-stoppages, commissary boycotts, and other actions happening till September 9th, the anniversary of the… Read More

IWOC Endorses National Prison Strike and Pledges Support

Whereas, trusted comrades, collectives, and networks behind the prison walls have convened, called for a “National Prison Strike” from August 21 to Sept 9, 2018, issued a set of demands and guidelines and requested outside support, Whereas, we,… Read More

A Worker’s Independence Day

[Note: this was originally published in The Line on July 1st, 2018.] We the Industrial Workers of the World fight for a better tomorrow. We believe “It is the historic mission of the working class to do away… Read More

Statement of Solidarity with Standing Rock

The International Convention of the Industrial Workers of the World stands in solidarity with the resistance against the Dakota Access Pipeline.  We call on the labor movement and working class to take a stand against enviromental racism and… Read More

Calling All Workers! Come to Everett on November 5th!

All IWWs and friends are requested to make the trip to Everett, Washington at 1:30 PM on Saturday, November 5th to commemorate the massacre of our members at that time and date in 1916.  “Completing the Voyage” honors… Read More

Fellow Worker Roberta’s canidate statement for editor of the “Industial Worker.”

To the General Membership of the Industrial Workers of the World: Knowledge is the real power. Knowledge of the truth, that is. What’s the best way of distracting people from their freedoms being taken away and realizing how… Read More

Wobbly Campout August 26th – 28th

IWW branchs in the Northwest are hosting a campout in late August!  See below for all the info!   Aug.26th -28th Battle Ground Lake State Park, WA Group Camp Site #1 (NOT the Horse Camp). Check in at… Read More