The Feminist Connection$5.00
A groundbreaking introduction (first published in 1975) to anarchism, feminism, the women's movement, and how they are, and ought to be, intertwined. Includes a brief bibliography of...
In this personal, eloquently-argued essay, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, award-winning author of Americanah, offers readers a unique definition of feminism for...
A feminist parenting zine for all kinds of families! Everything from musings on pregnancy and parenting to identity, politics, and culture. Along with letters, poetry, reviews, and more!
Feminism, Anti-Sectarianism, and Collectivism in the Syrian Revolution$4.50
A report by Zaher Baher of Haringey Solidarity Group and Kurdistan Anarchists Forum, who spent two weeks in Syrian Kurdistan looking at the experiences of self-government in the region against the...
Working-Class Women at the Heart of Globalization$4.00
Examining the decline of traditional rural patriarchy, and the centrality of working-class women's exploitation and resistance in globalized capitalism. "Family-based rural patriarchy...
Lessons from the Transfeminist Movement$2.00
Classical anarchism and feminism, premised on the assumption of liberation for "all workers" and "all women," frequently denied the diversity of the working class and social divisions between women...
Women Strikers Occupy Chain Store, Win Big$4.95
Woolworth's department store was the Walmart of the early-20th century. The women who worked the counters, cash registers, and storerooms were overworked, underpaid, and sexually harassed. This is...
This masterpiece of social science, first published in 1898, explores the evolution of women's economic reliance on men. Gilman discusses the limitations in intellectual and emotional development...
Lillian Harman was born in 1869, the daughter of freethinker, sex radical, and anarchist Moses Harman. Moses Harman was the publisher of a number of newspapers, most notably the anarchist and free...
Anarchism & Intersectionality$3.00
"Anarchism can learn a lot from the feminist movement. In many respects it already has. Anarcha-feminists have developed analyses of patriarchy that link it to the state form. We have learned from...