From Assata’s story, we are able to learn what it means to be motivated by a deep love for the people and the struggle for freedom.
The legacy of revolutionary Vietnamese Women's struggle dates back thousands of years.
As women achieve more educational access, they can use the skills, lessons and tools that they learn to continue the struggle.
To commemorate International Women’s Day, we publishe excerpts from Kollontai’s 1920 article, "International Women’s Day," written just over two years after the October 1917 socialist revolution in Russia.
Critically engaging Federici's claims, this article evaluates the extent to which she departs from, critiques, or builds on Marxism.
Women have long testified to a culture of rampant abuse in jails and prisons, under police custody, that suggests the U.S. justice system as a whole functions as a sanctuary for abuse.
In part two of this study of Kollontai, Jodi Dean examines her writing on the family and love.
In part one of this study on Kollontai, we look at 1) her struggle for proletarian feminism against bourgeois feminism and 2) her struggle to center gender concerns in the Party program
We must not underestimate the immense revolutionary power of women to ignite, fight, and win.
A social reproduction framework helps us to remember that when we talk about class struggle, we must be concerned not only with the relation of workers and owners at the point of production, but also with the social relations that make and remake those workers and owners.