March is Women’s History Month, and March 8th is International Working Women’s Day. This year, women all over the world will demonstrate, strike, and continue to organize to highlight the struggles of women around the world. In solidarity, Haymarket Books offers a reading guide for those looking for the history, politics, and inspiration, to learn from past struggles for women’s liberation, and to participate in the many struggles to come:

Freedom is a Constant Struggle: Ferguson, Palestine, and the Foundations of a Movement
By Angela Y. Davis

Women and Socialism: Class, Race, and Capital
By Sharon Smith

Undivided Rights: Women of Color Organizing for Reproductive Justice
By Jael SillimanMarlene Gerber FriedLoretta Rossand Elena R. Gutiérrez

Disposable Domestics: Immigrant Women Workers in the Global Economy
By Grace Chang

Men Explain Things to Me
By Rebecca Solnit

Los hombres me explican cosas
By Rebecca Solnit

Poor Workers’ Unions: Rebuilding Labor from Below
By Vanessa Tait

Song of the Stubborn One Thousand: The Watsonville Canning Strike 1985-1987
By Peter Shapiro

Reproductive Rights and Wrongs
By Betsy Hartmann

“When the Welfare People Come”: Race and Class in the US Child Protection System
By Don Lash

All Our Relations: Native Struggles for Land and Life
By Winona LaDuke

Bananeras: Women Transforming the Banana Unions of Latin America
By Dana Frank

Lucy Parsons: An American Revolutionary
By Carolyn Ashbaugh

Who Do You Serve, Who Do You Protect? Police Violence and Resistance in the United States
A Truthout Collection edited by Maya SchenwarAlana Yu-lan Price, and Joe Macaré

The Women Incendiaries
By Edith Thomas

Myths of Male Dominance
By Eleanor Burke Leacock

Sexuality and Socialism: History, Politics, and Theory of LGBT Liberation
By Sherry Wolf

IraqiGirl: Diary of a Teenage Girl in Iraq
By IraqiGirl

Clara Zetkin: Selected Writings

Edited by Philip S. Foner, Foreword by Angela Davis

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