ON WEDNESDAYS WE WEAR RED. Bolshevik Mean Girls.
Alyce Santoro - Homeopathic Remedies for the 5 Ills of Society (2013)
Witches At Their Incantations (detail) by Salvator Rosa
“How many men have told me …’You must not say that, little one. It offends God.’ That’s what they told me when I told them that everyone has a right to everything there is on the earth.” — Louise Michel
Time Etchells - Some Imperatives, text performance, 2011
Kaneko Fumiko was a Japanese anarchist and feminist who was convicted of conspiracy to assassinate the Emperor. The charge was fabricated, and was ultimately meant as revenge against Fumiko for her support of Korean independence. Rather than allowing the Japanese government to take her life, she committed suicide in prison at the young age of 23. Before her death she left behind a wonderful book titled, “What Made Me Do What I Did.” The english version, often titled “Prison Memoirs of a Japanese Woman” is available as an E-Book HERE.