A talk on the role of women in the anarchist movement
Anarchism proclaims itself against all hierarchies which would include the oppression of women. Women were to enter the anarchist movement precisely because they were attracted by these new liberating ideas of emancipation and equality. But the subordination of women was at best a peripheral concern of the anarchist movement as a whole. Nick Heath uncovers the stories of revolutionary women, who not only fought, but in many cases spearheaded revolutionary situations, and who have passed without mention in the history books. This event is free with guaranteed entry. You need to be registered to book, but rest assured, we won't charge you a penny.
“Women must simply take our place without begging for it.”