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Socialist feminism

German socialist women's movement 1890-1914: conclusions

Submitted by Janine on 10 October 2014 at 12:19

The last in a series of five articles written in 2005 - originally published here:

Divided loyalties

Socialist feminists are continually accused of ‘divided loyalties’, challenged to declare which is our priority: class or sex. It makes a lot more sense to direct this challenge at feminists who defend capitalism, or at socialist men.

Socialist-feminist reading group: Minnie Lansbury

Submitted by Janine on 3 March 2019 at 10:13
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Venue: Effra Social, 89 Effra Road, London SW2 1DF

Come to our next meeting of our monthly socialist feminist reading group, hosted by Workers' Liberty members - open to all!

We'll be reading chapter 6 of Janine Booth's new book 'Minnie Lansbury: Suffragette, Socialist, Rebel Councillor', and will be joined by Janine for the discussion!

Poetry Performance at Solidarity with Kurdish women: All the Rage social / fundraiser

Submitted by Janine on 2 February 2015 at 14:58
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Women in Workers' Liberty are holding a socialist feminist conference on Saturday 28 February in London, and as part of that are hosting a social in the evening at The Union Tavern in King's Cross. There will be have spoken word poetry from Michelle Madsen, Janine Booth and Emily Harrison, feminist folk music from Karina Knight and "Thought Plane Theatre", a performance project from an interactiv

Women in the Past

Submitted by Janine on 9 September 2014 at 14:29

This article is the first section of the Workers' Liberty pamphlet 'Comrades and Sisters', about socialism and women's liberation. It tells the story of women's struggle for liberation: from the French Revolution and the birth of feminism, through the fight for the vote, up to the 70s women's movement, Thatcherism and the backlash against feminism.

The Rights of Woman

Women in the Present

Submitted by Janine on 9 September 2014 at 14:04

The second section of the Workers' Liberty pamphlet 'Comrades and Sisters' looks at women's situation today.

Domestic work, (badly-)paid work, the vast gulf between working-class and ruling-class women. Women in communities, and women in the welfare state. Religious fundamentalism, the state, New Labour and family values.

How can Marxism explain women's oppression?

Housework is Horrid