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
Sylvia was an advocate for liberation for all. She saw how struggles for gay liberation intersected with the struggles for universal housing and criminal justice.
The women of the regiment possessed both tremendous bravery and resourcefulness. Due to a limited number of modern airplanes, the women had to fly biplanes that were predominantly used for
Most of what is known about Petra Herrera begins with her involvement in the Mexican Revolution. She joined the military in her mid-twenties by disguising herself as a man named
In 1986, the people of Soweto, a South African township, mourned a victim of the South African state’s violent crackdown against the anti-apartheid movement.