This sound is a tribute to the train vendor Billy Joe, killed by the coronavirus. This song is from São Paulo, Brazil, and was lauched on the 16th of April.
Here is the text that we, the “Collectif Classe”, wrote in order to present the general framework within which we are currently conducting interviews with workers in France.
At dawn this morning in Bologna, Italy, some precarious workers who refused to be exploited and swindled by their shit bosses were woken up by police officers, giving them notice of these precautionary measures against them. Five were ordered to leave Bologna and one was banned from approaching their ex-workplace and ex-bosses. A further 13 workers have also been charged.
The COVID-19 epidemic has intensified migrants’ struggles against confinement, against the deterioration of their living and working conditions, and for freedom of movement and legal status. In Greece, a major … Read More
In France, within a few weeks, acts of revolt, of a greater or lesser degree, broke out in more than 40 institutions. Tension is rising.
On April 27th, temp workers engaged in gas production in Yakutia lost their patience. They organised a picket, expressing demands for security and nutrition during the spread of the coronavirus.
Looking at the struggles during the epidemic and its aftermath, when the restructuring of capitalism may begin.
In the other North Caucasus Republic of Ingushetia, the population massively refused to comply with the quarantine due to the fact that people do not have money.
This text is an attempt to begin reflecting on the impact of the Coronavirus crisis. This crisis has already brought about profound upheaval within the capitalist economy and is accompanied, even within the current moment of social confinement, a certain social agitation. It is not impossible for this social unrest to spread, particularly towards the end of the epidemic…
In this text, we talk about the spread of rumors regarding the coronavirus. We also discuss the current state of knowledge regarding the origin of pandemics and their link with capitalism.