“All these busybodies, moral detectives, jailers of the human spirit, what will they say?”
Feminist reading of Emma Goldman’s essays is organized on the occasion of March 8 International Women Day as a symbolic celebration of the fights for gender justice all over the world.
18.3. 19:00 Emancipatory fights
“Emancipation should make it possible for woman to be human in the truest sense”
E.G.: The Tragedy of Women’s Emancipation (1910) - accessible here: https://www.marxists.org/reference/archive/goldman/works/1906/tragedy-wo...
E.G: Women Suffrage (1910) - accessible here: https://www.marxists.org/reference/archive/goldman/works/1911/woman-suff...
Angela Davis: Women, Race and Class. Chapter 7: Woman Suffrage at the Turn of the Century: The Rising Influence of Racism (1983) - uploaded here in pdf
David, Katherine: Czech Feminists and Nationalism in the Late Habsburg Monarchy: “The First in Austria” (1991) - uploaded here in pdf
Please read the texts before the event if you want to participate actively at the discussion.
On the occasion of March 8 we also organize a collection for a female- and transgender-only community center for the homeless and those in danger of losing their homes handled by Jako doma - Homelike, o.p.s. You are kindly asked to bring clothes, shoes, hygienic equipment, toilet paper, cleaning and laundry detergents, medicaments, coffee, mobile phones, sleeping bags, tents.