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No Revolution without the Liberation of Women & No Liberation of Women without the Revolution!-Part Three

Our Critique of the Revolutionary Movement’s Perspective of Gender and Patriarchy (Part 3) In 2004, during a dialogue, organised in Hyderabad, between women’s organizations and the representatives of the revolutionary movement, the issue of lack of women’s representation at the … Continue reading

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No Revolution without the Liberation of Women & No Liberation of Women without the Revolution!-Part Two

Our Critique of the Revolutionary Movement’s Perspective on Gender and Patriarchy (Part 2) Marx identified class struggle as the moving force of history. His extensive study of the capitalist mode of production, led him to believe that contrary to other … Continue reading

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No Revolution without the Liberation of Women & No Liberation of Women without the Revolution!: Part One

Our Critique of the Perspective of Gender and Patriarchy of the Revolutionary Movement (Part 1) In 2004, in the face of mounting critique from women’s organizations and activists regarding the space for the women’s question in the revolutionary agenda, there … Continue reading

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The externalization of the anti-revisionist struggle is the negation of proletarian politics

In reviewing the collapse of the LC, the MCG has come to the realization that there exist fundamental political differences within our own organization. The NY Branch has sought to promote its initial admonitions against patriarchal behavior, issued in 2014 … Continue reading

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ON SELF-CRITICISM AND PARTY BUILDING

“As for criticism, do it in good time; don’t get into the habit of criticizing only after the event.” —Mao, On the Question of Agricultural Co-operation These past weeks have seen numerous statements of regret by organizations and individuals formerly … Continue reading

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Democratic Women’s Movement launches campaign “Men’s Power Everywhere, Women’s Resistance Everywhere”

The DKH has announced on April 9th the launch of a campaign to advance the organization of the women’s struggle in Turkey/Kurdistan under the slogan “Men’s Power Everywhere, Women’s Resistance Everywhere”. Via DKH

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FREEDOM FOR POLITICAL PRISONERS IN INDIA AND WORLDWIDE!-MFPR

Draft unofficial translation by Signalfire LIBERATION OF ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS IN INDIA! ENOUGH WITH TORTURE, SEXUAL VIOLENCE, AND RAPE AGAINST POLITICAL PRISONERS! ALONGSIDE THE MAOIST COMRADES WAGING THE LARGEST PEOPLE’S WAR IN INDIA! In India, considered “the greatest democracy in … Continue reading

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We dedicate International Women’s Day to Comrade Shruti – MFPR Italy

The next March 8, the International Women’s Day in which all the women in the world feel united in the struggle against capitalism, imperialism, states and governments imposing on women a double and ferocious oppression, against patriarchy and modern Middle … Continue reading

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ANOTHER LOOK AT THE MAKIBAKA EXPERIENCE

    Maria Lorena Barros, founding leader of MAKIBAKA gave her life in combat March 24th 1976-Signalfire By Rosa C. Mercado; Diliman Review; l986; p. 60-62 Over the past three years or so, feminists of various persuasions have expressed a … Continue reading

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Association of Chinese Women Editorial-August 1976

“In the Socialist period, the principle target of the Revolution is the bourgeois elements in the Party…They are the most ferocious destroyers of the complete liberation of the masses of women..They brandish theories about the “backwardness of women” and the … Continue reading

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