Let's start with an important point of order: International Women’s Day is socialist. It’s important because it’s too often forgotten – and yet without knowing its socialist origin story, the history of International Women’s Day makes no sense
Radical Tea Towel UK Blog
The news over the past few days has been covered with the departure from the Labour Party (and now also from the Tories) of a small number of MPs calling themselves the ‘Independent Group’. The talking-heads buzzing round this story have been
Like me, you may have been distressed to hear that Karl Marx’s resting place in Highgate Cemetery in North London has been vandalised again yesterday for the second time in a few weeks. It’s a peaceful, leafy-green corner of the world.
An Exercise in Self-Criticism: The Anatomy of a Radical Tea Towel and the Hazards of Representing the Past
A face, a quotation, and a name. Most of the time, excluding the material aspect (half panama, natural unbleached cotton, if you were wondering), this trinity is what makes up a ‘Radical Tea Towel’. Take Che Guevara – we show the classic p
In the late 1930s, African-Americans found more equality on the front line of a foreign civil war than they could on the front row of a bus in Alabama. When it comes to the start of the desegregation chapter of the African-American civil righ