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History of Women’s Oppression
May 3rd, 2016
Women’s oppression is the most deeply entrenched oppression. It is seen as biological, psychological, universal and age-old. This view impacts on how we understand and challenge oppression. Marxists approach this
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anti-colonialism
Iva Valley Massacre, 66 Years After
November 27th, 2015
• Learning from a Turning Point Struggle by Baba Aye The killing of 21 striking coalminers on November 18, 1949, at the Iva Valley mines Enugu, was a turning point
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counterrevolution
Nigeria: The Six Year Revolution
June 24th, 2015
June 12; significance and lessons for the working class* by Baba Aye Introduction Twenty two years ago, what has been described as “the freest and fairest elections” in the history
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features
TRIBUTE: Celebrating Segun Osoba of Struggle
May 11th, 2015
By Kunle Wizeman Ajayi Dr Segun Osobamiro, a history teacher and revolutionary socialist of the Ife Collective was prominent in the 1970s. He submitted a minority report in collaboration with
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MAY DAY 2015 and Nigerian workers
May 11th, 2015
by BabaAye As Nigeria workers join workers across the world to commemorate May Day 2015, we need to collectively reflect on the significance of the day, to inspire us in