International Women’s Day
International Women’s Day #8M: Pan y Rosas Mobilized Across the Globe
Pan y Rosas participated in demonstrations in France, Spain, Germany, Argentina and other Latin American countries.
La Izquierda Diario MexicoMarch 10, 2023
Across the World, Millions Take To the Street on International Women’s Day
Against war, femicide, and gender-based violence, and for the right to live freely and with dignity, millions took to the streets across the world to commemorate International Women’s Day.
Left VoiceMarch 9, 2022
Amazon Workers in Germany Go on Strike on International Women’s Day
On March 7 and March 8, workers at six Amazon warehouses across Germany went on strike.
Nathaniel FlakinMarch 8, 2022
The Left Book Club Presents: Bread and Roses, by Andrea D’Atri
The Left Book Club presents Bread and Roses: Gender and Class Under Capitalism, by Andrea D'Atri. Join an online event with Andrea D’Atri, Camille Barbagallo and Alessandra Mezzadri as they discuss perspectives to dismantle capitalist patriarchy and develop a radical socialist feminism that fights for the emancipation of women and of all humankind. March 10th, 7pm BST / 2pm EST.
Left VoiceMarch 7, 2022
Free, Safe, Legal Abortions Will be Won in the Streets
On October 2 we march for the right to free, safe, legal abortion on demand and without apology. We can't trust the courts or the Democrats with our rights. We must fight for abortion rights as part of a struggle for free healthcare, childcare and more.
Tatiana CozzarelliOctober 2, 2021
8M: The Feminist Movement Defied Prohibitions and Took the Streets in Madrid
Although the "progressive" government of Pedro Sánchez did everything it could to prevent mobilizations, a major demonstration took place in the Spanish capital for International Women's Day.
Antonia CivelliMarch 9, 2021
International Women’s Day is About Class Struggle. Down with Liberal Feminism
Kyrsten Sinema's recent actions highlight why liberal feminism belongs in the dustbin of history. This International Women's Day, fight for a feminist movement that is working class, socialist and internatinalist.
Maria AurelioMarch 8, 2021
What Is International Women’s Day?
“Why is there no Men’s Day?” “Women’s Day should be every day.” “Buy your girlfriend flowers.” “Aren’t we getting any presents at the office?” “It’s not a day of celebration but of struggle, because it’s the day we remember the women workers who died in a fire.” “What fire?” Here, Andrea D'Atri explains the real history behind International Women's Day.
Andrea D'AtriMarch 8, 2021
Women Across Europe Mobilize Against Gender-Based Violence and Neoliberalism
Hundreds of thousands of women across Europe participated in demonstrations against violence and economic oppression for International Women’s Day this year. These demonstrations took place in the context of incredible class struggle underway across the continent. Many of the mobilizations were subject to severe repression by the police, who fight to uphold the sexist and violent institutions of the state.
Madeleine FreemanMarch 10, 2020