British Government to Outlaw Class Discrimination

Of course, there is a problem isn’t there? Firstly, the mainstream media’s almost blanket silence on the white (and by default other ethnic) working classes political disenfranchisement, marginalisation and growing poverty under both Labour and Conservative administrations, which seems sadly to have been the unspoken policy of both those governments, and at the same time to have made the white (and by default other ethnic) working class people as, quite frankly, ‘the enemy within’ to be contained, a problem to be solved, or a problem to be dealt with.

Read More

How we work together

That is something that should trouble all of us who are concerned about the large issues of today, and especially to those who want to see more powerful labour movements making decisive contributions to creating a better world, where the experiences and insights of working-class people are the foundation for change, rather than something to laugh at.

Read More

Can you reform systemic classism?

As an organisation that is part of a long history of progressive and radical causes WAC? is what can be considered a radical realist organization.  It is an organisation that fights for a restructured society across political, economic, kinship and community spheres. But at the same time it acknowledges the realities of our existing predicament, both regarding our socio-economic context and the state of our movements. We are aware that a revolution in developed countries is far away but that building toward it is crucial.

Read More