Propaganda associated with SAC, their paper Arbetaren, their women’s organization and SUF, dating from the 1920’s to around the 1950’s
SAC is the Swedish syndicalist trade union, which has a history deeply rooted in the Swedish labor movement, and SUF is the anarcho-syndicalist youth federation of Sweden. Although there is no official connection between the organizations, they have a long history of cooperation.
SAC was founded in 1910 and has been active since. SUF was first founded in 1930, dissolved after World War II, but was revived again in 1993. Both has made a major impact, and are still part of major progressive movements in Sweden and abroad today.
Selbstporträt mit an die Brust gelegten Händen (1910), Egon Schiele.
Lee Marvin en “Código del Hampa”, 1964
Above all we must avoid postulating “society” again as an abstraction vis-à-vis the individual. The individual is the social being.
— Karl Marx - Private Property and Communism 1844 (via dailymarx)
Oil on canvas
By Tom Chisholm
Traverse City #1 acrylic on canvas
19 days, 10 hours since Mike Brown was killed.
Great timeline of events so far from Vox.com