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Indonesia introduces women-only trains
20.08.2010 [Salon] - The anarchist intellectual
thought the fight for suffrage was beside the point -- women should fight for revolution instead of trying to gain
Was Warren Beatty Ever an Important Hollywood Star?
09.08.2010 [The Faster Times] - ... in her Oscar-winning performance as
) except, unfortunately, the two leads - Beatty and then-girlfriend Diane Keaton as, respectively
Home > Flunking Sainthood > Mormon Women Talk Ab...
25.08.2010 [Beliefnet.com (blog)] - In addition to our regular reflection papers about the women's memoirs we were reading (by Dorothy Day,
, Esther Edwards Burr
Aug. 24-Dec. 17: Library hosts exhibition 'London Bound: American Writers in ...
23.08.2010 [University of Delaware] - ...
Lazarus, Edith Wharton, Joseph Pennell and Elizabeth Robins Pennell,
, Clyde Fitch, JM Whistler, Gertrude Atherton, and many others.
Jews in the news
18.08.2010 [St. Louis Jewish Light] -
Compton, Stacy Bernstein, Carrie Seleman, Lauren Hasse, Aaron Dayan and Allie Winchell, along with Levine, were all put in the
- New World Encyclopedia
, also known as “Red
,” was a Lithuanian-born anarchist known for her writings and speeches. She was lionized as an iconic "rebel woman" feminist ...
In Anarchy! An Anthology of
Earth, Peter Glassgold brings to the page political activist and anarchist
- My Jewish Learning
Reprinted with permission from
- Rochester Wiki
, also known as Red
, settled in Rochester when she emmigrated from Lithuania in 1885. While here, she worked at the Garson Co. textile ...
| Americans Who Tell The Truth
was born in Kovno, Russia and emigrated to live with a sister in Rochester, New York when she was fifteen. Her family’s financial hardships forced her ...
Finger Puppet :: Unemployed Philosophers Guild
Agitate your friends and co-workers with this little
Magnetic Personality. Red
won't rest as long as there is injustice in the world. Will...
Institute for Anarchist Studies - Davis - LocalWiki
Institute for Anarchist Studies is an art project started by UC Davis Masters of Fine Arts student Steve Lambert. The piece of art that bears ...
Papers Project Faces Uncertain Future
Papers Project is in limbo after losing its affiliation with UC Berkeley and running through its funding. The university cites the...
Occupies Wall Street | The Nation
This is the second time in living memory that an American movement protesting social injustice has rediscovered her and taken her emblematic life to its bosom.
In September 1895 a
: A GUIDE TO HER LIFE AND DOCUMENTARY SOURCES Candace Falk, Editor and Director Stephen Cole, Associate Editor Sally Thomas, Assistant Editor
| Take Back Halloween!
“If I can't dance, I don't want to be part of your revolution.” Did
(1869-1940) really say that? In a word, no. The sentiment was certainly hers, and ...
, who was considered to be one of the most influential and uncompromising feminists in American history.
| The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
(1869–1940) was an influential Russian-born anarchist activist.
immigrated to Rochester, New York, from St. Petersburg in 1885.
archival project may close after 34 years | The Daily...
A campus-affiliated project archiving the works of Jewish feminist and anarchist
may come to a close after 34 years due to lack ...
| Jewish Women's Archive
dedicated her life to the creation of a radically new social order. Convinced that the political and economic organization of...
: Free Love and a Criticism of Marriag
is one of the world's most famous female anarchists. She is credited with playing a key role in the development of America's anarchist political ...
’s “anarchism without adjectives” | The Public Domain...
This year, over 100 years after the publication of her seminal Anarchism and
Essays, the writings of
enter the public ...
: Still too hot to handle? UC Berkeley set to pull plug...
in a mug shot taken in 1901. Photo: Wikimedia Commons. By Rebecca Spence / J Weekly. As UC Berkeley celebrates the 50th ...
: An Exceedingly Dangerous Woman | National Endowment for...
An internationally known anarchist, the Russian emigrant
was for nearly half a century the most controversial woman in America.
: Still too hot to handle? U.C. Berkeley set to pull plug...
That decision, which the university's chancellor has deemed final, could effectively shut down the
Papers Project, which has ...
: What Is Patriotism?
1908. San Francisco, California. Men and Women: What is patriotism? Is it love of one's birthplace, the place of childhood's recollections and ...
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