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Women struggled for access to education over hundreds of years in the United States. Across the world education has been a critical factor in overcoming the oppression of women, and a centerpiece of revolutionary action. Education serves a particular purpose in class society, especially in the capitalist United States. It has always had liberatory and revolutionary potential for oppressed people. “Education to Liberation,” examines: the tension between the conformist pro-capitalist purpose and the liberatory potential of education; how women have gained access to education; and the role women have played in the sphere of education itself.
This issue includes:
- Combating racism, from abolition to Title IX
- Interview with Sonia Vaz Borges
- Socialist education systems
- A Marxist analysis on women, from education to liberation
- And More!