Emma Goldman

Emma Goldman's Adventures in France

  • Posted on: 5 September 2019
  • By: thecollective

Laure Batier speaks with Charles Reeve

From The Brooklyn Rail

The first complete French translation of Emma Goldman’s Living My Life (1931) was published in November 2018 by the Paris radical publisher L’échappée as Vivre ma vie; une anarchiste au temps des révolutions: the translators are Laure Batier and Jacqueline Reuss. The printing of 3,000 was sold out in a month, and a second edition continues to find a good response.

Emma Goldman, One of History’s Best-Known Anarchists, Was Born 150 Years Ago

  • Posted on: 28 June 2019
  • By: thecollective

From Teen Vogue by Kim Kelly

No Class is an op-ed column by writer and radical organizer Kim Kelly that connects worker struggles and the current state of the American labor movement with its storied — and sometimes bloodied — past

American Experience: Emma Goldman

  • Posted on: 22 May 2019
  • By: thecollective

From Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), Aired May 21, 2019

For nearly half a century, Russian emigrant Emma Goldman was the most controversial woman in America, taunting the mainstream with her fervent attacks on government, big business, and war. To the tabloids, she was "Red Emma, queen of the anarchists," but many admired Goldman for her defense of labor rights, women's emancipation, birth control, and free speech.