The Organiser

The Australian voice of revolutionary feminism

Issue 34 – August 2020

Woman holding "Stand up for public housing" sign

COVID-19 disaster unfolds in Melbourne

A thoroughgoing look at the disintegrating situation, from the special problems of public housing residents to the real contributors to the deadly spike in cases. Solutions are posed!
JB Hi Fi storefront

Young workers take on retail giant over COVID safety

The severity of the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia keeps gaining momentum, and many outbreaks are linked to workplaces across the country.
A young boy shows his classmate a spider he made from pipe cleaners and a paper cup.

Free childcare – Turn a temporary emergency measure into a lasting right

Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg's call to women: “Have more children for the good of the economy.”
Review: <em>Redbone and Black History: As Seen Through the Eyes of a Child</em>

Review: Redbone and Black History: As Seen Through the Eyes of a Child

Helen Collier imparts hard truths about racism and slavery’s legacy in her video play.
Food for the mind!

Food for the mind!

Unfortunately, we are still mid-pandemic. Fortunately, there's lots of good stuff to watch, listen to, and read. Here's an internationalist selection.
Global solidarity: the essential ingredient to defeat COVID-19

Global solidarity: the essential ingredient to defeat COVID-19

In the race for vaccines and treatments, there is more at stake than national pride.
Black Lives Matter - Melbourne (Australia) Rally

“Whose Hall? Our Hall!” Trades Hall Council is no place for the police!

In Australia, a call to disaffiliate the Victorian Police Association from the state Trades Hall Council, backed by Aboriginal and refugee movements, is gaining steam.