INTERNAZIONALE Intervista. La cura è un’attività umanizzante, si diventa un essere umano completo quando si rende l'altro centrale nel proprio operato, oggi gli uomini stanno imparando Selma James Selma James, classe 1930, è un’autrice e attivista statunitense, da molti anni residente a Londra. Ha scritto insieme a Maria Rosa Dalla Costa «Potere femminile e sovversione sociale». … Continue reading Selma James in Il Manifesto: «Per affermare il valore della cura, sciopero globale»
Selma James – on struggles of women 21 Nov 2017 /Oindrila Gupta On 30th November, Cardiff People’s Assembly is hosting an event with Selma James, “Women Race and Class: Uniting Our Struggles”. men and women on a protest against austerity (picture credit: Cardiff People’s Assembly) Selma James, celebrated author and the founder of the international Wages for Housework … Continue reading Cardiff People’s Assembly hosting an event with Selma James, “Women Race and Class: Uniting Our Struggles”.
SELMA JAMES AND SOLVEIG FRANCIS | TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2018 Women are more likely to be single parents and carers, which is why the attacks on welfare under the universal credit policy have been an act of political misogyny, writes SELMA JAMES and SOLVEIG FRANCIS THE FURY against universal credit (UC), imposing destitution and even … Continue reading “Universal Credit – a hostile environment for women”. Article in Morning Star.
The article by Lindsey German of Counterfire with its juicy quote about “unpaid work” was passed on to me, and I was delighted to receive it. [It said:] “The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has estimated that the amount of unpaid household work carried out in the UK is worth £1.24 trillion a year. The value has … Continue reading £1 trillion worth of unpaid housework, figures show
Selma James in Hunger Magazine "READ THE MOST INSPIRING QUOTES FROM THE WOMEN OF HUNGER 14" “In the recent months what has happened is that women in prominent positions have complained about what they suffer, and that has been very useful. It can be even more useful when they include the rest of us in … Continue reading Selma James in Hunger Magazine
WHAT WOMEN WANT 2.0 EQUAL PAY: SELMA JAMES Co-ordinator of the Global Women’s Strike and author of Sex, Race & Class – The Perspective of Winning “[I want] wages for housework. Equal pay. Safety from violence and bullying.” Equal pay was a defining theme in the responses to the What Women Want 2.0 survey, showing … Continue reading Equal Pay article by Selma James for What Women Want report
We were so incensed by the way the scandal of Oxfam was being presented, and how the issue of the money collected and whether it reached people was not mentioned, that some of us wrote this letter to The Guardian. It gave us a chance to focus public attention on the way that Haitians in … Continue reading NGO crimes go far beyond Oxfam
I’m so tired of hearing Tories brag about how unemployment has gone down dramatically. We must remind them that under slavery there was no unemployment at all (except for the Masters class). The difference between slavery and wage labour is, they may remember, the little matter of the employed getting wages. But the wages of … Continue reading Only the Rich are Unemployed
Today is the centenary of the Bolsheviks taking power. We asked Giorgio Riva from Payday Men’s Network to write from memory some idea of what happened 100 years ago today. (He is in Venice for his uncle’s funeral, and his books are not with him.) The attack on that revolution has been almost unanimous in … Continue reading On the Centenary of Our Revolution Against the Russian Empire