Gender

Interview about the launch of anarcha-feminist magazine RAG

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Short (1.5 min) interview with a WSM member involved in the Dublin based Revolutionary Anarcho-Feminist Group who have just launched a magazine with some photos of the Dublin launch.

Rag Launch Party

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Scratch us into your diary boys and girls - the RAG magazine is here!

Review: Caliban and the Witch

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Silvia Federici’s “Caliban and the Witch; Women, The Body and Primitive Accumulation” does a fantastic job of taking the feminist analysis of the body and re-conceptualizing it within a class struggle understanding of history. She fills in the blanks that a traditional left analysis has missed, including the concepts of difference, women, race and the body. This work is very important, allowing feminists and socialists alike to realize that identity and class struggle are not polar opposite theoretical understandings

Talking about Sexual Violence. Report from the RAG dayschool

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In June, the women members of the WSM hosted a dayschool on Women in Revolutionary Struggle. Following on from this, RAG (Revolutionary Anarcho-Feminist Group) decided to host a women's only day-school on sexual violence. This was held in the in the new Seomra Spraoi space in Dublin.

Women only day school

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Coming out of discussion at the Revolutionary Women's Day School in June, RAG (Revolutionary Anarcha-feminist Gang) took on the organisation of a women-only day school.

RAG Table Quiz

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in the Lower Deck Next Tuesday

Dayschool on Women and Revolution

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Dayschool in the Teachers Club.

WSMmna meeting

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Women of the WSM are meeting.

Interview - The struggle for safe, legal abortion on demand continues.

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Official Ireland pretends that abortion doesn't exist, the estimated 100,000 women who have travelled abroad to terminate pregnancies since the 1983 amendment to the Constitution know different. Workers Solidarity spoke to Niav Keating from the new pro-choice youth group.

Dublin - Alliance for Choice launched

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The 20th anniversary of the anti-choice referendum of 1983 saw the launch of a new pro-choice campaign, 'The Alliance for Choice' launched in Dublin. Since 1983 over 100,000 Irish women have had to travel to England for abortions.

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