Women's History

 
 
Bury the Corpse of Colonialism, a review

Bury the Corpse of Colonialism, a review

Elisabeth B. Armstrong's book looks at the historical connection between women's struggle for equality, and the fight against capitalism and imperialism.

BY: Ron Jacobs| June 29, 2023
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From county farm to statewide fame, Nellie Stone Johnson’s journey

From county farm to statewide fame, Nellie Stone Johnson’s journey

Nellie Stone Johnson — radical farmer, African American union leader, civil rights activist, and YCL member — left an impressive legacy of struggle.

BY: Rebecca Pera| March 31, 2023
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Eleanor everywhere

Eleanor everywhere

Two books about Eleanor Roosevelt, the First Lady who "comforted the distressed"  and "distressed the comfortable.”

BY: Michael James| February 10, 2021
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Anne Burlak: The red flame

Anne Burlak: The red flame

Nicknamed the "Red Flame," Anne Burlak Timpson was a prominent communist labor organizer in the 1930s and beyond.

BY: Tony Pecinovsky| March 27, 2020
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Statement of the Communist Party USA on International Women’s Day

Statement of the Communist Party USA on International Women’s Day

The Communist Party USA joins with all democratic, progressive, and revolutionary forces in celebrating International Women’s Day. One struggle, one fight: workers' power and women's rights!

BY: Communist Party USA| March 8, 2018
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