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Editorial World

A Letter by Helen Keller: “How I Became a Socialist”

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Source: Marxists.org / The Dawn News / November 3, 1912 First Published: the New York Call , November 3, 1912 Source: Helen Keller: Her Socialist Years (International Publishers, 1967) Transcription/Markup: Anonymous/Brian Baggins Online Version: Helen Keller Reference Archive (marxists.org) 2000 For several months my name and socialism have appeared often […]

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Women demand increased rations in a demonstration along the Nevskii Prospekt after International Women's Day, February 23, 1917. / Photo credit: Central State Archive of Kino-Photo-Phono Documents, St. Petersburg
Analysis Russia

The Women of 1917

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By: Megan Trudell / Source: Jacobim / The Dawn News / May 24, 2017 Women weren’t just the Russian Revolution’s spark, but the motor that drove it forward. n International Women’s Day in 1917, women textile workers in the Vyborg district of Petrograd went on strike, left the mills, and […]

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Mariátegui: Education as a decolonizing praxis
Editorial Peru

Mariátegui: Education as a decolonizing praxis

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By: Hernán Ouviña / Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / April 16, 2017 In Our America, one of the pioneers of Marxism and one of the most important thinkers of education and its importance for the revolution and decolonization, has been without doubt Peruvian José Carlos Mariátegui. Born on June 14, 1894 […]

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Ten of Fidel’s Legacies to the Revolutionary Struggle
Analysis Cuba

Ten of Fidel’s Legacies to the Revolutionary Struggle

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By: Ronaldo Pagotto | Brasil de Fato | Resumen Latinoamericano | November 29, 2016   Fidel Castro’s thoughts on strategies, solidarity and the national question that guide us in the process to build a better world. “If my final hour finds me under other skies, my last thought will be […]

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