Red Letter Press
Red Letter Press is a non-profit publishing house founded by the FSP to bring seminal works of socialist feminism to a wider audience. Among these publications are: Revolution, She Wrote by Clara Fraser, FSP founder, Voices of Color, a discussion of issues ranging from personal identity and interracial solidarity to racism, sexism and homophobia, and Viva la Raza: A History of Chicano Identity & Resistance, a riveting account of the struggle for Chicana/o liberation that reveals the workings of race and nationality in the U.S.
For a complete listing of all Red Letter Press publications, click here.
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Call the Migration Ministry on September 9th at 809-508-2555, ext. 7006 and 7007 and tell them you will not be a spy for the Office of Migration! (U.S. callers: add a “1” before the number.)
Every second Wed, 5 August – 11 November, 6:30 PM
Study circle: Fascism — What it is and how to fight it
Fri, September, 7:00 PM
FSP Fourth Friday Forum – The Friedrichs Case: War on Labor & Public Services