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Women’s History Month: Emma Tenayuca

Women’s History Month: Emma Tenayuca

Emma Tenayuca was a resident and radical militant of San Antonios working class west side. Her political formation was shaped, if not heavily influenced, by her early exposure to frequent...

BY: Roberto Botello| March 15, 2008
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International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day

The Womens Equality Commission of the CPUSA extends warmest greetings to the women and girls of the world on International Womens Day 2008.

The Rebel Girl: A remembrance

The Rebel Girl: A remembrance

In 1942 Flynn ran for Congress at large in New York and received 50,000 votes. Her program was geared especially toward women, millions of whom had been drawn into factories...

March 4, 2008
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The CPUSA celebrates Women’s History Month

The CPUSA celebrates Women’s History Month

The CPUSA proudly celebrates Women's History Month. We will be highlighting the progressive role woman have played in the world as well as the oppression women have faced through a...

March 4, 2008
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The Indispensable Ones

The Indispensable Ones

Tonight we are celebrating the passage of a massive and unique collection of documents, photos, films, and materials from the Communist Party and the Reference Center for Marxist Studies to...

BY: Libero Della Piana| March 31, 2007
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