Not necessarily what they seemed. The following essay was written as a school homework assignment by a member of Red Youth and was published as the editorial to issue 50 of the magazine Proletarian. This summer, we witnessed the spectacular event of the Olympic Games in our very own capital city. However, at the same … Continue reading London riots vs London Olympics
Red Youth and CPGB-ML member Jamie speaks at a meeting to celebrate the 94th anniversary of the Great Socialist October Revolution, at Sak Hall in west London. He outlines the relevance of the October Revolution to working class youth in Britain today, and its key lessons. Chiefly, he points out the necessity of forming an … Continue reading Red Youth celebrate the October Revolution!
The riots that broke out in Tottenham, north London, on the night of Saturday 6 August, and again over subsequent nights, spreading first to communities across London, and then to cities around the country, represent the spontaneous anger of broad sections of working people, particularly the poorest and most oppressed, at police violence, racism and … Continue reading Rage against capitalism; the working class fights back