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Harriet Tubman: Liberator of the enslaved

Harriet Tubman: Liberator of the enslaved

"I freed thousands of slaves. I could have freed thousands more, if they had known they were slaves." —Harriet Tubman Harriet Tubman was responsible for the emancipation of thousands of Africans enslaved by the racist capitalist slaveowners in the United States. Her...

Leila Khaled: Palestinian fighter, Marxist revolutionary

Leila Khaled: Palestinian fighter, Marxist revolutionary

"I have a cause higher and nobler than my own, a cause to which all private interests and concerns must be subordinated." —Leila Khaled Palestinian women have been participating in all forms of resistance, including armed resistance, for as long as the Palestinian...

Mother Jones: Union organizer, revolutionary agitator

Mother Jones: Union organizer, revolutionary agitator

"The workers asked only for bread and a shortening of the long hours of toil. The agitators gave them visions. The police gave them clubs." —Mother Jones West Virginia district attorney Reese Blizzard dubbed Mary Harris "Mother" Jones, "the most dangerous woman in...

Remembering Coretta Scott King

Remembering Coretta Scott King

On Jan. 31, Coretta Scott King passed away at age 78. She was a leader within the Civil Rights movement, a woman who fought for economic and social justice for the Black community, the LGBT community and poor and working people. Coretta Scott was born in Heiberger,...

Rosa Luxemburg: an example of revolutionary struggle

Rosa Luxemburg: an example of revolutionary struggle

This article first appeared in the January 2007 issue of Socialism and Liberation magazine. January 15 marks the anniversary of the 1919 assassination of communist leader Rosa Luxemburg. She, along with her comrade Karl Liebknecht, were leaders of the revolutionary...