Leftist Reading: Women, Race & Class Part 12

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Episode 47:

This week we’re continuing our reading of Women, Race & Class by Angela Y. Davis.
The full book is available online here:
https://archive.org/details/WomenRaceClassAngelaDavis

[Part 1 - 2]
1. THE LEGACY OF SLAVERY: STANDARDS FOR A NEW WOMANHOOD

[Part 3]
2. THE ANTI-SLAVERY MOVEMENT AND THE BIRTH OF WOMEN’S RIGHTS

[Part 4 - 5]
3. CLASS AND RACE IN THE EARLY WOMEN’S RIGHTS CAMPAIGN (first half)

[Part 6]
4. RACISM IN THE WOMAN SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT

[Part 7]
5. THE MEANING OF EMANCIPATION ACCORDING TO BLACK WOMEN

[Part 8]
6. EDUCATION AND LIBERATION: BLACK WOMEN’S PERSPECTIVE

[Part 9]
7. WOMAN SUFFRAGE AT THE TURN OF THE CENTURY: THE RISING INFLUENCE OF RACISM

[Part 10]
8. BLACK WOMEN AND THE CLUB MOVEMENT

[Part 11]
9. WORKING WOMEN, BLACK WOMEN AND THE HISTORY OF THE SUFFRAGE MOVEMENT

[Part 12 - This Week]
10. COMMUNIST WOMEN - 00:26
• Lucy Parsons - 06:58
• Ella Reeve Bloor - 13:05
• Anita Whitney - 20:31

[Part 13]
10. COMMUNIST WOMEN
• Elizabeth Gurley Flynn
• Claudia Jones

[Part 14 - 15]
11. RAPE, RACISM AND THE MYTH OF THE BLACK RAPIST

[Part 16 - 17]
12. RACISM, BIRTH CONTROL AND REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS

[Part 18-19]
13. THE APPROACHING OBSOLESCENCE OF HOUSEWORK: A WORKING-CLASS PERSPECTIVE

Footnotes:
1) 00:56
William Z. Foster, History of the Communist Party of the United States (New York: International Publishers, 1952), pp. 28ff.

2) 01:42
Ibid., Chapter 5.

3) 02:25
Bruce Dancis, “Socialism and Women in the United States, 1900–1912,” Socialist Revolution, No. 27, Vol. VI, No. 1 (January-March, 1976), p. 85.

4) 02:40
Wertheimer, op. cit., pp. 281–284.

5) 03:02
Foster, History of the Communist Party, p. 113.

6) 03:32
Ibid., p. 125.

7) 05:11
Foster, The Negro People, p. 403.

8) 05:53
Foner, Organized Labor and the Black Worker, p. 107

9) 06:42
Foster, History of the Communist Party, p. 264.

10) 07:29

Carolyn Asbaugh, Lucy Parsons: American Revolutionary (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr Publishing Co., 1976. Published for the Illinois Labor History Society).

11) 08:16

Ibid., pp. 30–33.

12) 08:59
Ibid., p. 112.

13) 09:14
Ibid., p. 117.

14) 09:28
Ibid., p. 136.

15) 10:38
Ibid., pp. 65–66.

16) 10:48
Ibid., p. 66.

17) 11:36
Ibid., p. 217.

18) 11:53
Ibid.

19) 12:33
A brief description of the Tom Mooney case can be found in Foster, History of the Communist Party, p. 131 and p. 380. For the Scottsboro case, see Foster, History of the Communist Party, p. 286, and Foster, The Negro People, pp. 482–483; Angelo Herndon case: History of the Communist Party, p. 288, and The Negro People, p. 461 and p. 483.

20) 12:43
Asbaugh, op. cit., p. 261.

21) 13:03
Ibid., p. 267.

22) 13:58
Joseph North, “Communist Women.” Political Affairs Vol. LI, No. 3 (March, 1971), p. 31.

23) 15:06
Ella Reeve Bloor, We Are Many: An Autobiography (New York: International Publishers, 1940), p.224.

24) 15:48
Ibid., p. 250.

25) 16:00
Ibid.

26) 16:36
Ibid., p. 254.

27) 16:58
Ibid.

28) 17:46
Ibid., p. 255.

29) 18:16
Ibid.

30) 18:25
Ibid.

31) 19:20
Ibid., p. 256.

32) 20:06
Ibid.

33) 21:09
Al Richmond, Native Daughter: The Story of Anita Whitney (San Francisco: Anita Whitney 75th Anniversary Committee, 1942). See Chapter 4.

34) 21:35
Ibid., p. 70.

35) 21:45
Ibid., p. 78.

36) 22:22
Ibid., p. 94.

37) 22:56
Ibid., p. 95.

38) 23:11
Ibid., pp. 95–96.

39) 24:38
Ibid., p. 139.

40) 25:27
Ibid., p. 198

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