Michelle Kern

 
 
Michelle Kern

Michelle Kern has worked as part-time faculty in the Bay Area as a ceramics teacher for seven years. She has lived and worked primarily in the East Bay in the arts, including work at the Richmond Art Center and helping to found the independent art gallery Cricket Engine in Oakland. She relocated back to her native Peninsula four years ago to be closer to work, and now is beginning art, activism and union activity here in Silicon Valley.

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How can Marxism contribute to women’s equality?

How can Marxism contribute to women’s equality?

Marxists were the first to fight for women's inclusion in labor unions, recognizing the strategic importance of their role in class and democratic battles.

BY:Michelle Kern| September 6, 2018
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The capitalist culture of male supremacy and misogyny

The capitalist culture of male supremacy and misogyny

Male supremacy is a deep problem. It has permeated all levels of society, down to the interpersonal relationships. Men have a special responsibility to confront it.

BY:Michelle Kern| April 16, 2018
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The capitalist culture of male supremacy and misogyny

The capitalist culture of male supremacy and misogyny

Editor's note: This piece was given as the opening report to a CPUSA conference, Against Male Supremacy and Misogyny, held in Chicago and online, March 3, 2018. In discussions of...

BY:Michelle Kern| March 25, 2018
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Free speech, for-profit speech, and class struggle

Free speech, for-profit speech, and class struggle

How do we interpret "freedom of speech" in the context of class struggle and the fight for equality?

BY:Michelle Kern And Scott Hiley| March 9, 2017
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