, “MARCUS/EMMA: Revolution for a world and two bodies”

The FBI hounded and imprisoned Emma Goldman (1869-1940), too. An Eastern European Jewish anarchist, a proponent of free love and economic equality, “Red Emma” was a powerful orator, inciting crowds to protest.  Her legacy can be seen in the Women’s Liberation Movement and the Occupy Movement. She founded the magazine Mother Earth. Best quote: “If I can’t dance to it, it’s not my revolution.”

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