Women’s Liberation – What does it mean today?

“No great movement of the oppressed has ever triumphed without the participation of working class women.”

Without women's participation there would have been no Soviet Revolution - and the position of women would not have been uplifted to the extent it has. Without women's participation, the world cannot be liberated from hunger, misery, famine, war and the exploitation inherent in monopoly capitalism.
Without women’s participation there would have been no Soviet Revolution – and the position of women would not have been uplifted to the extent it has. Without women’s participation, the world cannot be liberated from hunger, misery, famine, war and the exploitation inherent in monopoly capitalism.

Joti Brar speaks at a meeting to Mark international Women’s day, held by the CPGB-ML and Red Youth in Birmingham, on 8 March 2014.

What is women’s oppression? How, why and when did it come about? Are women still oppressed, in the West, in the 21st century? And if so, what is the answer? How can real equality and liberation be won by working women?

In the words of Mao Zedong “Women hold up half the sky.”

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