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News :: Gender : Organizing : Politics
Feminism Meets Anarchism at Boston Gathering
13 Mar 2006
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On Saturday, March 4th, people from Boston and other cities gathered in Copley Square for an annual conference called "La Rivolta!" Workshops on indigenous women's resistance, international trafficking of sex workers, and anarchist parenting tied together the feminist and anarchist perspectives.

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On Saturday, March 4th, people from Boston and other cities gathered in Copley Square for an annual conference called "La Rivolta!" Workshops on indigenous women's resistance, international trafficking of sex workers, and anarchist parenting tied together the feminist and anarchist perspectives. For the story, listen to the radio piece (posted as a .mp3 audio file).
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Re: Feminism Meets Anarchism at Boston Gathering
14 Mar 2006
I really liked what Darby says in this interview, very articulate way of expressing the issue of anarchism and reforms that support people’s struggles. Plus I agree totally that the word anarchism most often obscures the actual values and principles of the anarchist tradition. The label is not that important - work for the ideals!