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117,893.  It were 1920 in the south-west field and things was tough. The miners was trying to bring the union to West Virginia and the coal operators and their gun thugs was set on keeping ’em out.  (GBH Films & Trade Unions & West Virginia & Solidarity & Industrial Action & Mining & Strike)  Matewan ***** 1987 starring Chris Cooper & James Earl Jones & Mary McDonnell & Will Oldham & David Strathairn & Ken Jenkins & Gordon Clapp & Bob Gunton & John Mostel & Kevin Tighe & John Sayles et al, director John Sayles

 

117,894.  We did it, Mamma.  We’re going to have the union.  (GBH Films & Trade Unions & West Virginia & Solidarity & Industrial Action & Mining & Strike)  ibid.  miner  

 

117,895.  You don’t want to go there, mister.  Ain’t nuttin’ but crazy people.  (GBH Films & Trade Unions & West Virginia & Solidarity & Industrial Action & Mining & Strike)  ibid.  train guard

 

117,896.  These picks and shovels are to be considered a loan from the Stone Mountain Coal Company.  Their cost will be deducted from the first month’s pay.  (GBH Films & Trade Unions & West Virginia & Solidarity & Industrial Action & Mining & Strike)  ibid.  company man  

 

117,897.  I was with the Wobblies.  (GBH Films & Trade Unions & West Virginia & Solidarity & Industrial Action & Mining & Strike)  ibid.  Convenor

 

117,898.  If you stand alone, you’re just so much shit to those people.  (GBH Films & Trade Unions & West Virginia & Solidarity & Industrial Action & Mining & Strike)  ibid.

 

117,899.  You work, they don’t: that’s all you got to know about the enemy.  (GBH Films & Trade Unions & West Virginia & Solidarity & Industrial Action & Mining & Strike)  ibid.

 

117,900.  The union didn’t have too much it could give to the people back then.  All we got in common is our misery.  (GBH Films & Trade Unions & West Virginia & Solidarity & Industrial Action & Mining & Strike)  ibid.  commentary    

 

117,901.  A new day coming: sometimes I could just about see it.  But it were a dangerous living for a union man and you didn’t dare turn you back.  It was hard time.  It was hungry times too.  The union relief was spread thin, and hope of a new day could feed your soul but leave your belly rumbling.  (GBH Films & Trade Unions & West Virginia & Solidarity & Industrial Action & Mining & Strike)  ibid.

 

 

118,296.  De Gaulle’s complacency seems hard to believe 50 years on but he wasn’t alone: few imagined how momentous and tumultuous 1968 would turn out to be.  So how did it happen within five months of that new year speech France was brought to a standstill and De Gaule’s government almost toppled by the worst rioting seen in Paris since the revolution – the earlier one?  (Revolution & Protest & Dissent & Solidarity & 1960s)  Vive le Revolution! Joan Bakewell on May 1968

 

118,297.  As the anti-war protests gathered strength they began to coincide with that other great movement that had been sweeping America since the 1950s – the Civil Rights movement.  (Revolution & Protest & Dissent & Solidarity & 1960s)  ibid.  

 

118,298.  Three months into 1968, on March 17th that year, London’s Grosvenor Square became a battleground.  (Revolution & Protest & Dissent & Solidarity & 1960s)  ibid.   

 

118,299.  Czechoslovakia: But for the time being the dreams were not fulfilled.  After three months of dizzy optimism the Russian tanks rolled across to the border to suppress what had been a defiant challenge to the Soviet grip on eastern Europe.  (Revolution & Protest & Dissent & Solidarity & 1960s & Suppression & Czech Republic)  ibid.

 

118,300.  [Jean-Paul] Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir, the great feminist writer, both came out in favour of the students.  (Revolution & Protest & Dissent & Solidarity & 1960s)  ibid.

 

118,301.  On May 13th the trade unions announced a general strike … the workers had their own objectives … By May 22nd that figure had swollen to ten million.  (Revolution & Protest & Dissent & Solidarity & 1960s & Trade Union & Strike)  ibid.

 

118,302.  The Utopian dream of May had not been realised.  (Revolution & Protest & Dissent & Solidarity & 1960s)  ibid.  

 

 

39,181.  You don’t fight racism with racism, the best way to fight racism is with solidarity.  (Racism & Solidarity)  Bobby Seale

 

 

48,657.  In that sense, I became politicized because the people in the coal mining villages who were involved in the struggle knew why they were there.  But they couldn’t understand why some pop star from London would want to be there.  (Coal & Mining & Strike & Solidarity & Struggle)  Billy Bragg

 

 

119,099.  Piccadilly was already a seething mass of people; the hoarding around Eros was crowded with young people mainly from the Forces.  (Labour Party & 1940s & Welfare State & Public Sector & Solidarity)  Ken Loach: The Spirit of 45, 2013, woman

 

119,100.  Will we, the people who have won the war, drive home our victory against fascism by defeating our pre-war enemies of poverty and unemployment?  (Labour Party & 1940s & Welfare State & Public Sector & Solidarity)  ibid.  man  

 

119,101.  We’re still being taken in.  (Labour Party & 1940s & Welfare State & Public Sector & Solidarity)  ibid.

 

119,102.  The great inter-war slumps were not acts of God or blind forces.  They were the sure and certain result of the concentration of too much economic power in the hands of too few men.  (Labour Party & 1940s & Welfare State & Public Sector & Solidarity)  ibid.  Labour Party manifesto 45

 

119,103.  The Labour Party is a socialist party and proud of it.  Its ultimate purpose at home is the establishment of the socialist commonwealth of Great Britain – free, democratic, efficient, progressive, public-spirited, its material resources organised in the service of the British people.  (Labour Party & 1940s & Welfare State & Public Sector & Solidarity)  ibid.

 

119,104.  The best health services should be available free for all.  Money must no longer be the passport to the best treatment.  (Labour Party & 1940s & Welfare State & Public Sector & Solidarity)  ibid.

 

119,105.  Newspapers carried the astonishing news to an amazed public – Labour landslide.  (Labour Party & 1940s & Welfare State & Public Sector & Solidarity)  ibid.  Pathe news

 

119,106.  We have been the dreamers, we have been the sufferers, now we are the builders.  (Labour Party & 1940s & Welfare State & Public Sector & Solidarity)  ibid.  Aneurin Bevan  

 

119,107.  The idea that people who worked in the industry had any say in how the industry was run was a completely foreign idea.  (Labour Party & 1940s & Welfare State & Public Sector & Solidarity)  ibid.  Tony Benn  

 

119,108.  It was not until 1967 that dockers gained permanent employment.  (Labour Party & 1940s & Welfare State & Public Sector & Solidarity & Docks)  ibid.  

 

119,109.  They [police] seemed to enjoy inflicting pain and suffering on the working man.  (Labour Party & 1940s & Welfare State & Public Sector & Solidarity)  ibid.  striking miner    

 

119,110.  The last registered dock workers did not get their jobs back.   Casual labour has returned to the docks.  (Labour Party & 1940s & Welfare State & Public Sector & Solidarity & Docks)  ibid.  

 

 

119,122.  This was the battleground: here where we lived and worked is where we fought the enemy.  And for those of us who remain on the blacklist continue to fight.  A drab town with a population of over 100,000 where 61% of the houses are rented, 34% have no inside toilets … A battered landscape scarred by years of exploitation.  (Strike & Industrial Action & Trade Unions & Solidarity)  Ken Loach: The Wednesday Play: The Rank and File, BBC 1971

 

119,123.  There hadn’t been a strike here for a hundred years.  And the union enjoyed the protection of a closed shop where contributions were automatically deducted from workers’ pay packets.  And meetings were as rare as a sunny day on a wet weekend.  Then it happened.  (Strike & Industrial Action & Trade Unions & Solidarity)  ibid.

 

119,124.  A clown official from a bloody clown union.  (Strike & Industrial Action & Trade Unions & Solidarity)  ibid.  branch meeting

 

119,125.  We’ve lost faith in you completely.  (Strike & Industrial Action & Trade Unions & Solidarity)  ibid.

 

119,126.  But what do you do when those who are supposed to be leading the strike go out of their way to defeat it?  (Strike & Industrial Action & Trade Unions & Solidarity)  ibid.

 

119,127.  The strike is unofficial.  (Strike & Industrial Action & Trade Unions & Solidarity)  ibid.  union official

 

119,128.  That’s a reporter: they’ve had a meeting this morning of the management and the bloody union, and the management have offered three pound and the union’s accepted it.  (Strike & Industrial Action & Trade Unions & Solidarity)  ibid.  strike committee member takes phone call

 

119,129.  You’re not even entitled to hardship money.  (Strike & Industrial Action & Trade Unions & Solidarity)  ibid.  union official

 

 

65,861.  Solidarity is a beautiful word because it means that you reach out to those who are different from you and who have to cope with different circumstances because we recognize that we all share the same human needs and same values.  It is the values that count most of all.  The value of freedom of thought, the value of democratic practices, the value of respect for your fellow human beings.  (Burma & Solidarity)  Aung San Suu Kyi

 

 

121,685.  While Martin Luther King junior was leading the charge in the South, one Californian woman was fighting on the front line for workers’ rights … She might well be the most vocal activist you’ve never heard of.  (Rights & Solidarity & Activism & Trade Unions & Strike)  Dolores, 2017, news bulletin

 

121,686.  ‘But when it came time then to make it a union, the CSO decided not to support us.’  (Rights & Solidarity & Activism & Trade Unions & Strike)  ibid.  Dolores

 

121,687.  ‘The feudal wage slavery of agro-business is just an extended of the attitude that has existed in the country.’  (Rights & Solidarity & Activism & Trade Unions & Strike)  ibid.  activist  

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