1. fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

    Today in history: July 20, 1934 - “Bloody Friday” during the historic 1934 Minneapolis truckers strike.

    On Bloody Friday, 67 striking truck drivers and their supporters were shot by Minneapolis police, acting on orders from the Citizens Alliance, an anti-labor employers’ group, which controlled city government. Two of them died.

    Via Freedom Road Socialist Organization (Fight Back!)

    It is shameful that the rights to the definitive history of this strike, written by a leading organizer, are held hostage by the U.S. Socialist Workers Party (as it has done with writings of Malcolm X and others). If you can buy, borrow or preferably steal a copy of “Teamster Rebellion” by Farrell Dobbs, you should. - redguard

     
  2. exhaustedscreen:

    Chris Marker, The Sixth Side of the Pentagon/La Sixieme face du Pentagone, 1968.

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  3. madamebeudet:

    turumba kidlat tahimik (1981)

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  4. "Yet how long would authority and private property exist, if not for the willingness of the mass to become soldiers, policemen, jailers, and hangmen."
    — Emma Goldman (via nelhariry)

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  6. raveneuse:

    Kurt Kren, 9/64 O Tannenbaum / 9/64 O Christmas Tree, 1964. 16mm, colour, silent, 2:56 min. Action by Otto Mühl.

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  7. babylonfalling:

    The New York Times by Tuli Kupferberg, EVO (1967)

     

  8. millionshoppingcarts:

    The Dream Syndicate - Tell Me When It’s Over (1982)

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