A Tradition of Solidarity

A tradition of solidarity - Scottish Left Review

Scotland is well known for its vibrant political activist scene on social justice and humanitarian issues at home and abroad, from participating in international brigades in the 1936-39 Spanish civil war against fascism to the Red Clydeside trade union movement, to more recently its leading role in the antiwar movement in UK.

... It is only when we settle our own differences, learn to actually work with one another when we disagree and strive to build true grassroots movements against oppressive systems at home and abroad, only then can we be effective in defeating the true evils of neo-colonialism. Imperialism is one that will continue to exist (in one shape or another) within our shores regardless of which way the vote goes post the September 18 2014 referendum.

Read the full article in the Scottish Left Review