By Minnie Bruce Pratt. Feb 24, 2007
Two historic struggles intertwine this year in the month of March: for immigrant rights and for international women’s rights.
March 8 is International Women’s Day (IWD). It began as a day to bring working-class and poor women and women of oppressed nationalities into the class struggle. And it provided a day for women to affirm their liberation as well as that of their male loved ones, co-workers and community members.
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