A film produced by City Strolls of a book launch and talk/discussion lead by Immanuel Ness and co-sponsored by Spirit of Revolt, Clydeside IWW, Glasgow Anarchist Federation and Radical Independent Bookfair. Immanuael Ness is a professor of political science at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York. He is a labour activist who founded the New York Unemployed Committee, Lower East Side Community-Labor Coalition and labor organiser for several unions. He is author and editor of numerous articles and academic and popular books on labour, worker insurgencies, community public and social health, and trade unions. Notably, he worked with Mexican workers, unions, and community organizations in New York City to establish a Code of Conduct for migrant laborers in 2001 who were paid below minimum wage.