WBUR 90.9, “The Lucy Parsons Center, Where Boston’s Radicals Shop For Books”

In 1871, violating miscegenation laws, she married Albert Parsons, a socialist, anarchist, reporter and former Confederate soldier. Together, they were castigated by police and politicians for their tireless efforts to elevate workers’ rights and fight all forms of repression.

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