As anarchists look for genealogies of principles and praxis in a variety of social movements, from the anarcho-pacifists who spoke out against World War II to anarchists who joined the Black Power movement, so too should they look for their feminist foremothers, not only in the early 20th century anarchist movement but in the radical women’s movement of the 1970s.
"To Destroy Domination in All Its Forms: Anarcha-Feminist Theory, Organization and Action 1970–1978" was first published in the Anarcha-Feminisms issue. No. 29 (2016) of Perspectives on Anarchist Theory published by the Institute for Anarchist Studies.
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