For revolutionary feminism,
racial justice, and working-class power.
Join us for a centennial tribute to Clara Fraser, who co-founded the Freedom Socialist Party in 1966. Born in 1923 to Russian immigrants, she was a working-class trailblazer until her death in 1998.
Clara was renowned for walking the talk, setting the example with humour, culture and spice. Her theoretical contributions included intersectionality, ahead of its time. She also taught about the vital role of the revolutionary party in winning socialism.
Alison Thorne, who founded the FSP in Melbourne, had the privilege of working with Fraser
Maudie Osborne is a millennial inspired by Clara Fraser’s revolutionary legacy
Sunday 29 October, 4:00 pm
Level 1, Thorne Harbour Health
200 Hoddle Street, Abbotsford
Close to Victoria Park Station
Dinner will be served at the end of the discussion. $25 solidarity price, $15 waged and $10 low income.
Hosted by the Freedom Socialist Party
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