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Women and socialism: Three revolutionary case studies

Women and socialism: Three revolutionary case studies

The people of the United States have been taught nonstop for almost 100 years that the socialist revolutions in Russia (1917), China (1949) and Cuba (1959) constituted a danger to the world. Every U.S. president has demonized each country and its leadership. As such...

Williana Burroughs: Communist housing organizer

Williana Burroughs: Communist housing organizer

Williana Burroughs was a dynamic and dedicated communist in Depression-era Harlem. Bringing her radical politics into the struggles Black Harlemites faced, and vice versa, Burroughs helped establish trust between the Communist Party and the community. And she fought...

No Borders in the Women’s Liberation Struggle

No Borders in the Women’s Liberation Struggle

There are millions of immigrant workers in the United States. The United States economy is entirely dependent on the work of immigrant and U.S.-born workers alike. All workers must work to survive. Workers are not paid the full value of their labor, and that is the...

Nadezhda Krupskaya: Revolutionary woman and educator

Nadezhda Krupskaya: Revolutionary woman and educator

­­­Nadezhda Krupskaya was a Russian Bolshevik revolutionary. A feminist who contributed to the women's question, Krupskaya was also involved in establishing International Women’s Day. Her contributions to educational policy and theory were so immense that the Soviet...

Claudia Jones: revolutionary feminist and fighter

Claudia Jones: revolutionary feminist and fighter

Claudia Jones was a revolutionary communist and anti-colonial activist. Born Claudia Vera Cumberbatch on Feb. 21, 1915, in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, Jones spent her life fighting for the liberation of the workers of the world. She was outspoken on issues of race and...