Women fighters, our teachers: Joan Little

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Joan Little is a Black woman who is more than just a name to be held up for one moment in history. Her life and her case pull back a

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From the Editor: From Capitalist Cage to Socialist Liberation

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As you immerse yourself in the literature and reality of prison conditions in the United States, particularly for women but true for all working class people, it is easy to

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From Struggle to Militant: A Revolutionary Story Ep. 4 with Erika Hidalgo

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Erika is a member of the San Francisco Bay Area branch of the PSL. Born and raised in San Francisco in a Mexican/Salvadoran immigrant family, she is passionate about

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She Who Struggles: Sylvia Rivera

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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.

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From Struggle to Militant: A Revolutionary Story Ep. 3 with Adiah Hicks

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Adiah is an organizer in the Philadelphia branch of the Party for Socialism and Liberation. Adiah is also the co-host of Philly Liberation Radio, a podcast that aims to highlight

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She Who Struggles: The Night Witches

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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

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