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  • Glenn Kirkindall
    03/08/2006 Dear Friends, Around the world, workingclass women keep alive the radical tradition of International Women s Day as an opportunity to demand our
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 8, 2006
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      03/08/2006

      Dear Friends,


      Around the world, workingclass women keep alive the radical tradition
      of International Women's Day as an opportunity to demand our rights
      and freedom. Today we salute courageous sisters in all corners of the
      globe, from Palestinian mothers fighting for their homeland to
      Venezuelans seeking a just society, from Sudanese women combating
      rape and genocide to Hurricane Katrina survivors battling for medical
      care, housing, food, education, employment, and the right to return
      to their own homes.

      Within the United States, the struggle for fundamental civil
      liberties continues. Radical Women has defended Lynne Stewart, a
      veteran human rights attorney falsely convicted of aiding terrorists,
      who was targeted by the government in the effort to silence dissent.
      We have demonstrated against the dangerous anti-immigrant Minutemen
      and the criminal U.S. war in Iraq. We've mobilized for abortion
      rights and reproductive justice and expect a pitched battle over
      these basic human rights in the coming year.

      Radical Women has also built cross-border solidarity in collaboration
      with Iraqi women and Central American sisters, and formed new
      contacts at recent meetings of the World Social Forum. Because we
      live in the earth's greatest exporter of misery and violence, the
      greatest act of assistance we can provide to the world's people is to
      achieve a socialist revolution right here in the heartland of
      capitalism. With a workingclass rainbow of women and men, people of
      color, indigenous nations, immigrants,
      lesbians/gays/bisexuals/transsexuals, youth and elders we can do it!

      Long live International Women's Day and the global leadership of
      women as a force for human survival and revolutionary change!

      Anne Slater
      National Organizer
      Radical Women, U.S. Section
      Natradicalwomen@...
      www.RadicalWomen.org

      Radical Women
      1908 Mission Street
      San Francisco, CA 94103
      Phone: 415-864-1278
    • alimoon55
      ... tradition ... rights ... the ... medical ... return ... terrorists, ... dissent. ... Minutemen ... collaboration ... to ... of ... it!
      Message 2 of 3 , Mar 24, 2006
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        --- In Sexuality-Socialism@yahoogroups.com, "Glenn Kirkindall"
        <kirkindall@...> wrote:
        >
        > 03/08/2006
        >
        > Dear Friends,
        >
        >
        > Around the world, workingclass women keep alive the radical
        tradition
        > of International Women's Day as an opportunity to demand our
        rights
        > and freedom. Today we salute courageous sisters in all corners of
        the
        > globe, from Palestinian mothers fighting for their homeland to
        > Venezuelans seeking a just society, from Sudanese women combating
        > rape and genocide to Hurricane Katrina survivors battling for
        medical
        > care, housing, food, education, employment, and the right to
        return
        > to their own homes.
        >
        > Within the United States, the struggle for fundamental civil
        > liberties continues. Radical Women has defended Lynne Stewart, a
        > veteran human rights attorney falsely convicted of aiding
        terrorists,
        > who was targeted by the government in the effort to silence
        dissent.
        > We have demonstrated against the dangerous anti-immigrant
        Minutemen
        > and the criminal U.S. war in Iraq. We've mobilized for abortion
        > rights and reproductive justice and expect a pitched battle over
        > these basic human rights in the coming year.
        >
        > Radical Women has also built cross-border solidarity in
        collaboration
        > with Iraqi women and Central American sisters, and formed new
        > contacts at recent meetings of the World Social Forum. Because we
        > live in the earth's greatest exporter of misery and violence, the
        > greatest act of assistance we can provide to the world's people is
        to
        > achieve a socialist revolution right here in the heartland of
        > capitalism. With a workingclass rainbow of women and men, people
        of
        > color, indigenous nations, immigrants,
        > lesbians/gays/bisexuals/transsexuals, youth and elders we can do
        it!
        >
        > Long live International Women's Day and the global leadership of
        > women as a force for human survival and revolutionary change!
        >
        > Anne Slater
        > National Organizer
        > Radical Women, U.S. Section
        > Natradicalwomen@...
        > www.RadicalWomen.org
        >
        > Radical Women
        > 1908 Mission Street
        > San Francisco, CA 94103
        > Phone: 415-864-1278
        >
      • sultan_asil
        ... tradition ... rights ... the ... medical ... return ... terrorists, ... dissent. ... Minutemen ... collaboration ... to ... of ... it!
        Message 3 of 3 , Aug 28, 2006
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          --- In Sexuality-Socialism@yahoogroups.com, "Glenn Kirkindall"
          <kirkindall@...> wrote:
          >
          > 03/08/2006
          >
          > Dear Friends,
          >
          >
          > Around the world, workingclass women keep alive the radical
          tradition
          > of International Women's Day as an opportunity to demand our
          rights
          > and freedom. Today we salute courageous sisters in all corners of
          the
          > globe, from Palestinian mothers fighting for their homeland to
          > Venezuelans seeking a just society, from Sudanese women combating
          > rape and genocide to Hurricane Katrina survivors battling for
          medical
          > care, housing, food, education, employment, and the right to
          return
          > to their own homes.
          >
          > Within the United States, the struggle for fundamental civil
          > liberties continues. Radical Women has defended Lynne Stewart, a
          > veteran human rights attorney falsely convicted of aiding
          terrorists,
          > who was targeted by the government in the effort to silence
          dissent.
          > We have demonstrated against the dangerous anti-immigrant
          Minutemen
          > and the criminal U.S. war in Iraq. We've mobilized for abortion
          > rights and reproductive justice and expect a pitched battle over
          > these basic human rights in the coming year.
          >
          > Radical Women has also built cross-border solidarity in
          collaboration
          > with Iraqi women and Central American sisters, and formed new
          > contacts at recent meetings of the World Social Forum. Because we
          > live in the earth's greatest exporter of misery and violence, the
          > greatest act of assistance we can provide to the world's people is
          to
          > achieve a socialist revolution right here in the heartland of
          > capitalism. With a workingclass rainbow of women and men, people
          of
          > color, indigenous nations, immigrants,
          > lesbians/gays/bisexuals/transsexuals, youth and elders we can do
          it!
          >
          > Long live International Women's Day and the global leadership of
          > women as a force for human survival and revolutionary change!
          >
          > Anne Slater
          > National Organizer
          > Radical Women, U.S. Section
          > Natradicalwomen@...
          > www.RadicalWomen.org
          >
          > Radical Women
          > 1908 Mission Street
          > San Francisco, CA 94103
          > Phone: 415-864-1278
          >
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