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The Woman Rebel #1.05

The Woman Rebel Vol. 1. No. 5 (July, 1914). New York, NY. Sourced from the Archives of Social History (from the State University of New York) 1976 republication of The Woman Rebel. Digitized by Google and uploaded to HathiTrust. Document has 100% OCR.

The Woman Rebel #1.04

The Woman Rebel #1.04 cover

The Woman Rebel Vol. 1. No. 4 (June, 1914). New York, NY. Sourced from the Archives of Social History (from the State University of New York) 1976 republication of The Woman Rebel. Digitized by Google and uploaded to HathiTrust. Document has 100% OCR.

The Woman Rebel #1.03

The Woman Rebel #1.03 cover

The Woman Rebel Vol. 1. No. 3 (May, 1914). New York, NY. Sourced from the Archives of Social History (from the State University of New York) 1976 republication of The Woman Rebel. Digitized by Google and uploaded to HathiTrust. Document has 100% OCR.

The Woman Rebel #1.02

The Woman Rebel #1.01 cover

The Woman Rebel Vol. 1. No. 2 (April, 1914). New York, NY. Sourced from the Archives of Social History (from the State University of New York) 1976 republication of The Woman Rebel. Digitized by Google and uploaded to HathiTrust. Document has 100% OCR.

The Woman Rebel #1.01

The Woman Rebel Vol. 1. No. 1 (March, 1914). New York, NY. Sourced from the Archives of Social History (from the State University of New York) 1976 republication of The Woman Rebel. Digitized by Google and uploaded to HathiTrust. Document has 100% OCR.

The Woman Rebel

Woman rebel cover

A "monthly paper of militant thought" published by Margaret Sanger in 1914 which dealt with issues of women's rights, birth control, and militant labor. It published a total of 8 issues.

Revolt

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Archive of the 1916 New York anarchist periodical, which was published by Hippolyte Havel and ultimately suppressed by the U.S. government.

Blood on their hands: the racist history of modern police unions

Protest by the New York police union

Against the background of the black lives matter movement, Flint Taylor takes a look at the racist history of American police "unions".

1988: The Tompkins Square Riot

A brief account of the riot of 1988 when Police started evicting homeless people from Tompkins Square park. The event led to the exposure of widespread brutality by the precinct police.

1874: The Tompkins Square Police Riot

An account of a cop riot in 1874 where mounted police attacked public demonstrations by organised Unemployed workers associations in New York. Taken from wikipedia.