The Path to Women’s Emancipation Can Only Be Achieved by Abolishing Imperialism and Patriarchy Inseparably!
March 8 marks International Working Women’s Day. The first ever Working Women’s Day March was held in New York City in 1908 at the initiation of the (then revolutionary) Socialist Party of America. This march was pushed for after women workers protested their conditions in garment factories across New York City. Its implementation would then be championed principally by German
Join us for a rally on International Working Women's Day! For over 100 years, this day has been an occasion to advance the women's movement as part of the revolutionary struggle against imperialism, capitalism, and patriarchy around the world. When: Monday, March 8, 5:30 PMWhere: Yonge & Finch, North YorkFacebook event • Instagram • TwitterDress warm and wear a mask!
A message from the Revolutionary Student Movement - Greater Toronto Area: March 8 marks International Working Women’s Day (IWWD). This special day was established over a hundred years ago at the 1910 International Socialist Women’s Conference, at which the proposal for the establishment of IWWD was lead by Clara Zetkin. IWWD was established in an effort to unite and bring
ANTI-ZIONISM IS NOT ANTISEMITISM! OPPOSE ONTARIO'S ADOPTION OF THE IHRA ANTISEMITISM DEFINITION! As of October 26, 2020, the government of Ontario has chosen to adopt the definition of antisemitism which has been published by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA). This definition reads as follows: "Antisemitism is a certain perception of Jews, which may be expressed as hatred toward Jews. Rhetorical
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