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  1. "I Won't Work More Than 8 Hours" Shirt - Fitted Cut

    "I Won't Work More Than 8 Hours" Shirt - Fitted Cut

    $18.00

    Celebrate International Workers' Day, or May Day, with this shirt that reads "I Won't Work More than 8 Hours after May 1st 1912. How About You?" The circular text reads "Read Solidarity And Industrial Worker. Join The Union Of Your Class." This design is also available in basic cut here: store.iww.org/i-wont-work-more-than-8-hours-basic-cut These shirts are Earth Positive brand, 100% organic cotton. Learn More
  2. "IWW" Poster by Sam Wallman

    "IWW" Poster by Sam Wallman

    $9.99

    "IWW" Poster by Sam Wallman Sam Wallman is an IWW member, a comics journalist, political cartoonist and editor based in Melbourne, Australia. You can see more of Sam's work here: www.samwallman.com 11" by 17" poster printed on high-quality semi-smooth double-ply Bristol paper. Printed in-house with IWW IU 650 Labor. Learn More
  3. "Join YR Union" Poster by Sam Wallman

    "Join YR Union" Poster by Sam Wallman

    $9.99

    "Join Yr Union" Poster by Sam Wallman Sam Wallman is an IWW member, a comics journalist, political cartoonist and editor based in Melbourne, Australia. You can see more of Sam's work here: www.samwallman.com 11" by 17" poster printed on high-quality semi-smooth double-ply Bristol paper. Printed in-house with IWW IU 650 Labor. Learn More
  4. "UNION" Poster by Sam Wallman

    "UNION" Poster by Sam Wallman

    $9.99

    "UNION" Poster by Sam Wallman Sam Wallman is an IWW member, a comics journalist, political cartoonist and editor based in Melbourne, Australia. You can see more of Sam's work here: www.samwallman.com 11" by 17" poster printed on high-quality semi-smooth double-ply Bristol paper. Printed in-house with IWW IU 650 Labor. Learn More
  5. Abolish Restaurants: A Worker's Critique of the Food Service Industry

    Abolish Restaurants: A Worker's Critique of the Food Service Industry

    $6.95

    A 60-page illustrated guide to the daily misery, stress, boredom, and alienation of restaurant work, as well as the ways restaurant workers fight against it. Drawing on a range of anticapitalist ideas as well as a heaping plate of personal experience, it is part analysis and part call-to-arms. Learn More
  6. Agitate Educate Organize Poster - Black and White

    Agitate Educate Organize Poster - Black and White

    $8.00

    "Agitate! Educate! Organize!" has long been a rallying cry within the labor movement. This design was created by Josh MacPhee, artists and founder of the Justseeds Artists' Cooperative. 11" by 17" poster printed on high-quality semi-smooth double-ply Bristol paper. Printed in-house with IWW IU 650 Labor. Learn More
  7. Borderline Americans - Racial Division and Labor War in the Arizona Borderlands

    Borderline Americans - Racial Division and Labor War in the Arizona Borderlands

    $23.00

    “Are you an American, or are you not?” This was the question Harry Wheeler, sheriff of Cochise County, Arizona, used to choose his targets in one of the most remarkable vigilante actions ever carried out on U.S. soil. And this is the question at the heart of Katherine Benton-Cohen’s provocative history, which ties that seemingly remote corner of the country to one of America’s central concerns: the historical creation of racial boundaries. It was in Cochise County that the Earps and Clantons fought, Geronimo surrendered, and Wheeler led the infamous Bisbee Deportation, and it is where private militias patrol for undocumented migrants today. These dramatic events animate the rich story of the Arizona borderlands, where people of nearly every nationality—drawn by “free” land or by jobs in the copper mines—grappled with questions of race and national identity. Benton-Cohen explores the daily lives and shifting racial boundaries between groups as disparate as Apache resistance fighters, Chinese merchants, Mexican-American homesteaders, Midwestern dry farmers, Mormon polygamists, Serbian miners, New York mine managers, and Anglo women reformers. Racial categories once blurry grew sharper as industrial mining dominated the region. Ideas about home, family, work and wages, manhood and womanhood all shaped how people thought about race. Mexicans were legally white, but were they suitable marriage partners for “Americans”? Why were Italian miners described as living “as no white man can”? By showing the multiple possibilities for racial meanings in America, Benton-Cohen’s insightful and informative work challenges our assumptions about race and national identity. Learn More
  8. Carlos Cortez Koyokuikatl: Soapbox Artist & Poet BOOK

    Carlos Cortez Koyokuikatl: Soapbox Artist & Poet BOOK

    $18.00

    Exhibition catalog of Mexican-American Chicago based artist and IWW activist. Creator of our Joe Hill, Ben Fletcher and Lucy Parsons posters. Learn More
  9. Fellow Worker Pint Glass Set

    Fellow Worker Pint Glass Set

    $55.00

    A gift set to share with your Fellow Worker. Sing a song, enjoy a drink, build solidarity. This set includes: - 2 Pint Glasses - 2 Lapel Pins - 2 Iron-On Embroidered Globe Patches - 2 Little Red Song Books - 2 "Labor Creates All Wealth" Wrist Bands Purchased individually, these items would add up to $66.00 Learn More
  10. Frank Little Shirt

    Frank Little Shirt

    $20.00

    Frank H. Little joined the Industrial Workers of the World in 1905, organizing miners, lumberjacks, and oil field workers. He was lynched in Butte, Montana, for his union and anti-war activities. This t shirt commemorates the 100 year anniversary of his death. 100% cotton, union made and printed. Learn More

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