Posts Tagged ‘Radical History’

Freedom Paper in a spot of bother

Posted on July 21st, 2012 by RebelBull

Britain’s anarchist movement newspaper is in a spot of financial difficulty, after 125 years – taken from Freedom Press. Now that we’re bust and what we’re going to do about it As many comrades are aware, Freedom has continued thanks to a significant donation in 2005. This not only enabled us to keep the paper going, but […]

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International Workers Day 2012 – In Pictures

Posted on May 7th, 2012 by RebelBull

Here’s a few snapshots of May Day protests from around the world…            

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Hereford radical history Part 2: Hereford’s Counter Culture

Posted on April 29th, 2012 by Luther Blissett

Growing up in Hereford in the 70s I was surrounded by alternative radical influences. Hereford had a thriving music scene that grew out of the hippie era–and Hereford was well known for its hippies! There were gigs at the Flamingo, at the art college and various venues. A place for meeting up and hanging around […]

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Hereford radical history: the Whitson riot

Posted on April 11th, 2012 by Luther Blissett

At 5 O’clock in the morning on the Tuesday of Whitson week 1605 the vicar of Allensmore, Richard Heyns, was woken by a commotion in his church yard. What he saw from the window of the vicarage was forty to fifty heavily armed people carrying out an illegal funeral ceremony. The deceased was Alice Wellington, […]

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