At 7 years old, Claribel Alegría witnessed “La Matanza”, the military massacre of hundreds of indigenous Pipil peasants after an attempted uprising in western El Salvador. For the rest of
Haydee once wrote, “Moncada achieves greatness through the courage of those who die and those who live. Moncada would have been nothing without the courage of those who died there
Salawati Daud was born in the early 1900s. The information available on this freedom fighter is too sparse; in a 2018 documentary film, she is honored as one of the
“Today is my day, as it is your day. Although I live far removed from the time when I was born, I do not feel that my heart should dwell
Though her life was cut short too early, Ella May Wiggins' sense of struggle and contribution to the workers’ movement burned brightly.
When Mae Mallory pulled her children out of school, she and the other mothers of the Harlem 9 became shining examples of revolutionary love—fighting back against the system not for