Public Meeting: Socialist History of IWD.

6.30pm Tues March 15th

QUT KELVIN GROVE
S BLOCK ROOM 403
(END OF GEORGE ST, CITY)

International Women’s Day is celebrated widely today all around the world. But its radical working class roots have all but been forgotten. Initiated by socialist Clara Zetkin in 1910 and originally called International Working Women’s Day, it began to highlight the struggle for women’s rights and how they are inextricably linked to the struggle against Capitalism.

International Women’s Day has a long radical history. From being the spark that ignited the 1917 Russian revolution, the massive street marches of the 70’s to today. Join Socialist Alternative for an inspiring presentation and discussion. All Welcome.

FEATURING JANEY STONE a life-long socialist. Janey was involved in the Women’s Liberation Movement, the Anti-Vietnam War Movement and many others, and is also an active unionist.
Food and Drink available.
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One thought on “Public Meeting: Socialist History of IWD.

  1. jim sharp says:

    comrades
    bring an old prolie prole cynic
    i worry that nowhere this flyer.
    socialist history of IWD does it mention
    the role of the UAW’s rbringing
    this issue unto the strine
    working class consciousness!?
    jim

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