Category: She Who Struggles

She Who Struggles: Hazel M. Johnson

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In today’s times, the repercussions of capitalist recklessness are not distributed equally. Since the beginning of rapid industrialization, businesses have had to decide what to do with the toxic byproducts

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She Who Struggles: Eva Bacon

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Eva Bacon was most proud of reviving International Women’s Day celebrations in Australia. These celebrations and the speakers she invited helped women make sense of the sexism they were facing

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She Who Struggle: Vicki Garvin

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Victoria Holmes moved from Virginia to Harlem, where she grew up at the height of the Great Depression. In Harlem, her life became permanently threaded into the fabric of struggle

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She who Struggles: Claribel Alegría

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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

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She Who Struggles: Haydee Santamaría

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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

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She who Struggles: Salawati Daud

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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

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