Anarcha Feminism: The Beginning Of The End Of All Forms Of Oppression, a piece by Sanya Sethi.Continue reading Anarcha Feminism: The Beginning Of The End Of All Forms Of Oppression [India]
A report about the clashes on March 8th, International Women’s Day, in Mexico and Colombia.Continue reading Clashes on the Occasion of International Women’s Day in Mexico and Colombia
Amsterdam. Netherlands. Today, in honor of 8th of March, we organized a squatting action with demonstration. Due to security concerns, it was organized silently, sharing call-out in private channels. Despite this, more that 60 comrades came to support our action! 3 banner (“Woman life freedom”, “Sex work is work”, “destroy patriarchy, fight capitalism, smash the state”) were dropped with flares from the windows of the squatted building. Police were present, but no one was arrested.Continue reading Report back from the 8th of March squatting action in Amsterdam [Video]
Tomorrow (today, Enough 14), the 8th of March, we call for the noon demo at 1pm on Klaythmonos square with our own block, while we also individually support and participate in the evening feminist fathering and demo that will follow, at 5.30pm at Syntagma.Continue reading March 8th, 2021: Anarcho-Queer feminists are taking back the streets (Athens, Greece)
Statement on International Working Women’s Day 2021.Continue reading Against patriarchal oppression and capitalist exploitation: No one is alone!
Patras. Greece. This year’s 8th March comes to remind us of the importance of massive, radical women’s-and not only -class struggles. It reminds us that the world is not won by praying and that the only prospect for us to live in a society of equality and freedom is the organization in unions and fight for the social revolution.
Image (poster) above: LOCKDOWN TO PATRIARCHY, STATE AND CAPITAL
“STAY HOME”: IS NOT POSSIBLE FOR ALL, IS NOT SAFE FOR ALL
Solidarity with working women, immigrants, refugees, prisoners
Solidarity with women, LGBTQ+ people and children experiencing domestic violence
Women’s initiative against patriarchy | Patras, Greece
When: 07.03.2021 at 3 pm
Where: on the parking lot in front of the prison in Chemnitz, Germany.
Italian autonomist feminism emerged in the late 1960s and 1970s, in large part as a response to the failures of 1968 and the New Left. In critical dialogue with Operaismo, thinkers of the movement worked to problematize a Marxist orthodoxy that had neglected the role played by gendered labor in the reproduction of capitalism. By classifying domestic work as reproductive labor — itself the site of the constitution of gender, made invisible by way of the wage relation — and launching initiatives such as Wages for Housework, the Italian feminists such as Silvia Federici and Mariarosa Dalla Costa along with their international cohorts became best known for redefining materialism through a feminist lens, transforming the dynamic of workerism as a practice, and emphasizing political autonomy over aims of equality. Italian feminists interrogated difference rather than championing common ground between the sexes, setting them apart from many feminist initiatives elsewhere.Continue reading Personal Modification is not Revolution – By Lea Melandri
Statement by the Amsterdam Anarcha Feminist Group on the Inauguration of Joe Biden.Continue reading Amsterdam Anarcha Feminist Group responds to the Inauguration of Joe Biden
This manifesto is co-written and co-performed by feminists from Mexico, Chile and Russia. We unite our forces to stop police violence. In solidarity we trust.
Pussy Riot x LASTESIS.