La Serveuse: Notes on the movement against the loi du travail

A collection of notes, written by a waitress, regarding the mouvement sociale contre le loi du travail (the social movement against François Hollande's labour law) in 2016 in France. La Serveuse chronicles events from the movement’s beginnings in March onward.


When the Streets Run Red: For a 21st-Century Anti-Lynching Movement

The heterogeneous elements of the Black Lives Matter movement are fighting white supremacy by confronting gendered domination, capitalism, and the repressive apparatuses of the state. Erin Gray traces the critical impulse of the current movement against anti-black violence to the legacy of Ida B. Wells’s radical anti-lynching campaigns, and suggests that the fiercest opposition to police terror in the US has always been against the law


When in March 2010 police and management connived in the eviction of an occupation at the University of Sussex, people were surprised at the willingness of University senior managers to maintain the ‘smooth functioning’ of their institutions by violent means.

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