The Arts And Symbolism In Mexico’s Feminist Movement

By Poncho Hernández, Nonviolent Conflict. -

Last August, during a press conference with Mexico City’s police chief, a group of young women were seen breaking windows and throwing pink glitter in the police chief’s face. This was to demand [...]

The Engine Room Of Feminist Work Amid A Global Pandemic

By Rochelle Jones, Interpress Service. -

There have been webinars (so.many.webinars), twitter threads, illustrations, press releases and policy recommendations, and online house parties. Analysis pieces cover everything from [...]

Tales Of A DisCO

By Timothy McKeon and Sara Escribano, Grassroots Economy Organizing   -

DisCOs are a commons-oriented, feminist, cooperative way for people to work together. A set of ideals and criteria for ensuring that patterns of oppression and violence that permeate our society [...]

On International Women’s Day, Say No To Drafting Women – Or Anyone!

By Rivera Sun, World Beyond War. -

March 8th is International Women’s Day. It’s a day to work for women’s equality in all sectors of our world. Yet there’s one peculiar effort toward fake equality that must be vehemently opposed [...]

Climate Change: Two Feminists White Neolberal vs. Brave Freedom Fighter

By Andrew Stewart, Washington Babylon   -

Two women on climate change. One of them embodies white neoliberal feminism, the other is an extremely brave freedom fighter. How they respond to expanding fossil fuel infrastructure is a [...]

This Is Everything That Is Wrong With Mainstream Feminism

By Caitlin Johnstone. -

Outlets like MSNBC and Politico have been excitedly running headlines titled “The military-industrial complex is now run by women” and “How women took over the military-industrial complex“. [...]

Feminism And Revolution: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

By Julie Matthaei, Global Transition Initiative -

Since the stirring of “second wave” feminism a half-century ago, the movement has become progressively more inclusive and systemic. Early on, Marxist-feminists argued that true women’s liberation [...]

The Combahee River Collective Statement

By Staff, -

By Staff of Lib Com - A 1977 statement by a black feminist group which is widely considered a foundational text of the 'intersectional' approach to identity politics, which emphasises multiple, [...]

U.S., March 8, 2017: This Is What Feminism Really Looks Like

By Chen Michelle, -

By Chen Michelle for ESSF - On Wednesday, women around the world gave themselves a day off… from the system. Not that a woman’s work is ever done. But for one day, to mark the International [...]

Feminism Of 99% And Militant International Strike On March 8

By Linda Martín Alcoff et al, -

By Linda Martín Alcoff et al for Viewpoint Magazine - The massive women’s marches of January 21st may mark the beginning of a new wave of militant feminist struggle. But what exactly will be its [...]

Women On The Verge: The Essence Of Feminist Struggle

By Ana C. Dinerstein and Sarah Amsler, -

By Ana C. Dinerstein and Sarah Amsler for ROAR Magazine - On January 21, hundreds of thousands of women marched on Washington against Donald Trump — a nobody in the history of resistance who will [...]

Left-Wing Populism And The Feminization Of Politics

By Laura Roth and Kate Shea Baird, -

By Laura Roth and Kate Shea Baird for ROAR Magazine - Two of the liveliest debates among activists on the European left these days relate to the strategy of left-wing populism on the one hand and [...]

Staying On Battlefield: The Feminist Wire Statement On Election

By Staff, -

By Staff of The Feminist Wire - The Feminist Wire is an anti-racist, anti-imperial feminist media and publishing company whose vision of justice and equity centers those whose lives, well-being, [...]

The Hegemonic Harpies And World Domination

By Dr. June Terpstra, -

By Dr. June Terpstra for 21st Century Wire. “This article is an update of the article I wrote in 2008 titled “Hollow Women of the Hegemon”. It is about the hollow women, the stuffed women, who [...]

Anarchist And Intersectional Feminist Who Inspired May Day

By Laura Flanders, -

By Laura Flanders for Commondreams. Workers shouldn't strike and go out and starve, but strike and remain in, and take possession, said Lucy parsons. Lifelong partner of Albert parsons, one of [...]

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