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Latest edition of Cutlass contains articles on:
  • Barbados PM sends Reparations letter to Britain for Caricom
  • Justice for Walter Rodney committee calls again on President to release CoI report
  • Update from the Tivoli Committee
  • Railway Workers call for Boycott of the Dominican Republic
  • Opponent of Xolobeni titanium mine assassinated
  • Denial of the right to adequate housing in post-quake Haiti
  • ANC stalwart Kathrada urges Zuma to step down

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Richard Hart Labour Rebellions of the 1930s in the British Caribbean Region Colonies
Jointly published by Caribbean Labour Solidarity and the Socialist History Society
available on-line from the Socialist History Society
Bernard Coard How the West Indian child is made educationally subnormal in the British school system
Currently out of print
Luke Daniels Pulling the Punches - Defeating Domestic Violence
“Domestic violence is one of the most distressing experiences that can happen to a man or a woman. This wise, informal and above all people-centred book by Luke Daniels should be required reading for any person who has a problem with violence themselves and for all those affected by it” – CLAIRE RAYNER, OBE
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Selma James Sex, Race and Class, The Perspective of Winning - A Selection of Writings, 1952-2011
It incorporates Jean Rhys and Virginia Woolf, sex worker activism, Marx and feminism, breastfeeding, unions and workers, the UN Decade for Women, anti-Zionism, jailhouse lawyers, refuseniks, Haiti’s Black Jacobins, Tanzania’s ujamaa, the Venezuelan revolution, SlutWalk, and a reappraisal of CLR James.
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Marikana: A View from the Mountain and a Case to Answer
by Luke Sinwell, Peter Alexander, Thapelo Lekgowa, Botsang Mmope, Bongani Xezwi
We took the time and energy to find out who these workers are, how they live, and why they stayed at the mountain until they were brutally attacked. Our book is undeniably biased in favour of the workers’ perspective which has been largely ignored in the mainstream media and which we believe will be misrepresented in the commission.
Available from Bookmarks, the Socialist Bookshop
Visions of Freedom:Havana, Washington, Pretoria, and the Struggle for Southern Africa, 1976-1991
By Piero Gleijeses
Available from the publishers