Real-Life Organizing on Film: A review of Boots Riley’s “Sorry to Bother You”

Reviewed by Kay Sorry to Bother You is one of the year’s most entertaining films. Rolling Stone says, “Welcome to the WTF satire of the summer.” It’s got comedy, suspense, social relevance, Afro-surrealism, sci-fi, mayhem, and plenty of surprises. It’s also one of the best films I’ve seen that shows how workplace organizing really works. … Continue reading Real-Life Organizing on Film: A review of Boots Riley’s “Sorry to Bother You”

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Two Decades with the Seattle IWW

“There’s no better time to be a Wobbly,” says fellow worker Gee as he reflects on his 20+ years with the Seattle IWW. “Probably the best time since the ’30s or the ’40s.” In the last two years, Gee has seen the Seattle branch grow from a membership of about 20 people in early 2016, … Continue reading Two Decades with the Seattle IWW

Five Podcasts You Should Be Listening To

By Hannah Hopkins This is a list of my favorite podcasts I have been listening to lately. In this list you’ll find interviews, music, reportbacks, and narratives relating to social movements, resistance, anarchism, and the history of working peoples. Podcasts are great because you can enjoy a vast selection of news, opinion, music, and comedy … Continue reading Five Podcasts You Should Be Listening To