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Lucy Parsons: The Anarchist and Intersectional Feminist Who Inspired May Day

by Laura Flanders

Common Dreams | 01 May, 2016

Photo: Wikimedia Commons user IWPCHI – The Independent Workers Party of Chicago

Workers shouldn’t strike and go out and starve, but strike and remain in, and take possession, said Lucy parsons. 476 more words

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Lucy Parsons: Anarchist And Intersectional Feminist Who Inspired May Day

By Laura Flanders, www.commondreams.org
May 1st, 2016

Workers shouldn’t strike and go out and starve, but strike and remain in, and take possession, said Lucy parsons. 341 more words

The Incomplete and Wonderful History of May Day

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The Laura Flanders Show on Apr 26, 2016

Author and professor Peter Linebaugh discusses his new book, The Incomplete, True, Authentic, and Wonderful History of May Day.

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March 7, 1942

Lucy Parsons – anarchist, feminist, labor organizer – dies. “My conception of the strike of the future is not to strike and go out and starve, but to strike and remain in and take possession of the necessary property of production.”

History

January 17, 1915

Organized and led by radical labor organizer, Lucy Parsons, more than 1,500 people march in Chicago, demanding relief from hunger and high levels of unemployment in the city. 15 more words

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11/1/15

Halloween is one of my favorite holidays! I loved it as a kid because I could be someone different than who people saw me as in my daily life. 916 more words

City Lights Publishers Celebrates Rad Women

Think of the last time you saw a picture book that was engaging and inspiring to people of all ages. Now, think of a book like this that is written by and features a diverse cast of women. 382 more words

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