Upcoming event: Let’s talk about Marxist feminism: votes for women!

A monthly reading group exploring radical interpretations of women’s oppression.

suffragettesWhen? Monday 9 June • 6.30-8.30 pm

Where?  University London Union, Malet St, London, WC1E 7HY, room 2b




What are we reading? 

This month we’ll reading about the fight for women’s suffrage and the first wave feminist movement and exploring the relationship between feminism, the struggle for women’s rights and socialist ideas.

Reading available on the Facebook event and below – feel free to read as much or as little as you want and post other suggestions.

We welcome everyone to join us for discussion – the group is open to people of all genders and none. If you need childcare or other support get in touch and we can discuss what would be best. Bring food and snacks to share.

Please email women@workersiberty.org  or call 07883 520 852 for anything else you wish to know!

Suggested reading:

  • Karen Hunt, Equivocal Feminists: The Social Democratic Federation and the woman questions 1884-1911, Karent Hunt
  • Reading on Sylvia Pankhurst

Other links:

Sylvia Pankhurt – an organiser for working class women – Jill Mountford

Sylvia Pankhurst and Democracy – Susan Carlyle and Sean Matgamna


About womensfightback17

Women’s Fightback is a socialist feminist paper and blog produced by members and supporters of the socialist group Workers' Liberty. Workers’ Liberty is a revolutionary socialist organisation fighting as part of the labour and student movements, and in campaigns, for a socialist alternative to capitalism, based on common ownership and democracy.

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