90th anniversary of the Colonial Building Riot provides a lesson on class conflict and organizing

Taken from People’s Voice:

By Ky Rees and Sean Burton  In the early 1930s, the Dominion of Newfoundland was in a deep economic crisis along with many other parts of the capitalist world in the Great Depression. The price of cod, the country’s chief product, had bottomed out and the government was mired in enormous debt due to its…

Source: People’s Voice