Auteur: Ackelsberg, Martha A.
Titel: Separate and equal?
Sub titel: Mujeres Libres and Anarchist Strategy for Women's Emancipation
A history of the Mujeres Libres, a women's anarchist organisation founded in Spain, May 1936, which aimed to end the “triple enslavement of women, to ignorance, to capital, and to men.” Anarchist insistence that revolutionary movements can develop effectively only if they speak to the specific realities of people’s lives leads logically to the conclusion that a truly revolutionary movement must accommodate itself to diversity. It must reflect an understanding of the life experiences of those who participate in it as a first step to engaging them in the revolutionary process.
2011, 20 pag., Euro 1
Zabalaza Books, San Francisco, ISBN Zonder
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