This week, we raised £141 towards our fund appeal.
What we do
It’s looking like it’ll be a challenge for us to meet our £15,000 target by May Day.
On Sunday 27 January. North East London AWL will host a showing of Ken Loach’s film Land and Freedom as a social and fundraiser for Workers’ Liberty.
Three of Workers’ Liberty’s industrial and trade union “fractions” met on the weekend of 12-13 January — our school worker and health worker fractions met, as did our Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) fraction.
Welcome to 2013. We’d like to invite you to devote some of the New Year energy with which you are undoubtedly effervescing to help Workers’ Liberty hit its fund appeal target of £15,000.
Money’s tight for all of us at the moment. Particularly in the holiday season, most working-class people will be counting every penny.
Workers’ Liberty brought together spoken-word artists, performance poets, rappers, and other musicians on Saturday 24 November in Kings Cross for the fourth edition of “Beats, Rhymes, & Picket Lines”, an occasional night of music and poetry to raise money for ongoing working-class struggles, as well as AWL itself.
PART ONE: WHAT THE AWL IS FOR
In the Communist Manifesto Marx defined the purposes of the Communist League as follows:
Solidarity has to do a lot of different jobs.
The Apprentice, Dragon’s Den, classes on “enterprise” in schools... the British establishment is doing its best to push a UK version of the American dream.