Category: History of Women’s Struggle

100 Years of Universal Suffrage, a history of struggle

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Over a hundred years ago, the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified in Tennessee in a nail-biting vote.

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Women fighters, our teachers: Lucy Parsons

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Women and people of oppressed nationalities have always been on the front lines of revolutionary movements. In the historic moment of mobilization, our working-class heroes are targeted and demonized in

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Build the movement, fight for Women’s Rights—On the anniversary of Roe v. Wade

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From 2011 to 2013, more restrictions were placed on abortion access than in the 10 previous years combined.

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A Marxist Perspective on Ending Women’s Oppression

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Sexism is so endemic today that it can be difficult to imagine a society that does not degrade and devalue women.

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Strengthening the Women’s Movement Through Anti-Racism

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Centuries of slavery, Jim Crow segregation, and institutionalized discrimination have deepened the divide between Black and white families.

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The Bread and Roses Strike of 1912

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Women workers are part of a long tradition of labor struggle that has fought for workers’ rights. We mobilize against the systems that oppress us.

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