International Women's Day2011: Women and revolution -- alive and inseparable!
One hundred years ago, female workers and socialists first observed a holiday that honored courageous battles by and for working women: International Women's Day. Then, as now, the questions of women and revolution were tightly interwoven. Initially marking heroic strikes by New York textile workers, March 8 has been the occasion of female-sparked revolutions and uprisings from Russia 1917 to the present day.
A National Conference presented by Brooklyn College Graduate Center for Worker Education
Saturday March 28, 2009
ALL DAY (come early- seats are limited!)
City University of New York
365 Fifth Avenue
(at 34th Street)
New York Cityhttp://www.blackwomen2009.org
On March 28, 2009 the Graduate Center for Worker Education at Brooklyn College will welcome some of the leading activists and scholars to take part in a national conference that will discuss the historical and current accomplishment of