Now forgotten, Dr. Marie Equi was a physician for working-class women and children, a lesbian, and a dynamic and flamboyant political activist. Spanning the period from the consolidation of northern industrial capitalism to the emergence of the U.S. as the dominant imperialist power, Equi's life serves as a chronicle of her times and illuminates how one person was affected by and sought to change world events. Active alongside the IWW, imprisoned for her anti-war activities during World War I, this is her story.
Author: Nancy Krieger
Format: Saddle-stitched pamphlet
Size: 30 pages
Publisher: Kersplebedeb Publishing