14.06.2011 [Patch.com] - EmmaGoldman Instead, I decorate with flowers. A pot on the front step to welcome us when we come home at the end of the day or a vase full of blossoms on the kitchen table to greet me in the morning is the most I can manage right now, and it is worth
(May 14, 1940) was an anarchist known for her political activism, writing, and speeches. She played a pivotal role in the development of anarchist political philosophy in North America and Europe in the first half of the twentieth century.
economics knows that the productivity of labor within the last few decades far exceeds normal demand. But what are normal demands to an abnormal institution? The only demand that... - 24.10.2006, YouTube
08.07.2011 [Infoshop News] - As EmmaGoldman said: 'If I can't dance in your revolution, it's not my revolution'. To me, it seems ironic that some anarchist organizations mirror many of the worst aspects of their Leninist and Trotskyist counterparts. They jealously guard their
06.07.2011 [Infoshop News] - In 1910 American activist EmmaGoldman wrote: 'Anarchism stands for the liberation of the human mind from the dominion of religion; the liberation of the human body from the dominion of property; liberation from the shackles and restraint of government
03.07.2011 [E-Flux] - We like to embrace EmmaGoldman's statement, as it suggests that the search for agency and the potential for empowerment lies in all elements of life and cannot be regulated within a firmly cordoned-off arena called the political.
03.07.2011 [Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription)] - When EL Doctorow's Ragtime—a kaleidoscopic novel that features a cast of historical characters including Henry Ford, Sigmund Freud, EmmaGoldman, Harry Houdini, and Booker T. Washington—came out, in 1975, he was asked whether those
Ladies and gentlemen, I came here to avoid as much as possible treading on your corns. I had intended to deal only with the basic issue of economics that dictates our lives from the cradle to the grave, regardless of our religion or moral beliefs. I see now that it was a mistake. If one enters a battle, he cannot be squeamish about a few corns. Here, then, are my answers: I do not believe in God, because I believe in man. Whatever his mistakes, man has for thousands of years past been working to undo the botched job your God has made. As to killing rulers, it depends entirely on the position of the ruler. If it is the Russian Czar, I most certainly believe in dispatching him to where he belongs. If the ruler is as ineffectual as an American President, it is hardly worth the effort. There are, however, some potentates I would kill by any and all means at my disposal. They are Ignorance, Superstition, and Bigotry — the most sinister and tyrannical rulers on earth. As for the gentleman who asked if free love would not build more houses of prostitution, my answer is: They will all be empty if the men of the future look like him. - Responding to audience questions during a speech in Detroit (1898); as recounted in Living My Life (1931), p. 207; quoted by Annie Laurie Gaylor in Women Without Superstition, p. 382
08.07.2011 [Pocono Record] - EmmaGoldman (Jessica Smith) addresses an angry audience of strikers in Lawrence, Mass., during 'Ragtime' rehearsal at the Sherman Theater, Stroudsburg. By MELANIE VANDERVEER Based on the 1975 novel by EL Doctorow, "Ragtime" has become a classic hit in
02.07.2011 [New York Times] - She told me about EmmaGoldman, Ellen Knauff and Ignatz Mezei, and on Monday I caught the Miss New Jersey out of Liberty State Park to see whether I could find their ghosts at Ellis Island in the same way that, on earlier visits, I had felt the
07.07.2011 [Columbus Dispatch] - Among the famous supporting characters: industrialist Henry Ford, anarchist EmmaGoldman, magician Harry Houdini, banker JP Morgan and civil-rights leader Booker T. Washington. "This show really defines the ragtime era," Brenneman said.
24.06.2011 [Washington Post] - Before long, as well as talking about theories of art and alluding to friends like the revolutionary EmmaGoldman, the photographer Edward Steichen and the Dadaist Marcel Duchamp, old Alfred has begun to complain about how his wife doesn't understand
20.06.2011 [UI The Daily Iowan] - The EmmaGoldman Clinic had a jar full of free condoms. Couples danced as two pianists played jazzy hits. While Plowman was enthusiastic about turnout at the events, she said, she has hopes for the future. “One of the things we would like to see is