PARSONS, Lucy (Texas, 1853 ?-1942)


Lucy Parsons Meets William Morris

Britain 2000 20 minutes DIRECTOR: Helena Stevens. Lucy Parsons was one of the first emancipated women in the history of the American (...)

PARSONS, Albert R. par Rudolf Rocker

Parsons raconta sa vie à un reporter alors qu’il était à la prison de Cook Country. Celui-ci la livra à la publicité comme suit : Je suis né le 20 (...)


Une sélection de portraits. Des femmes et des hommes aux mains nues (pas toujours !), qui ont laissé une trace dans l’histoire. Ouvriers ou (...)

FLOOD, Andrew.- "Rescuing Lucy Parsons for the Anarchist Movement"

LUCY PARSONS: Freedom, Equality & Solidarity. Writings & Speeches, 1878 – 1937 Edited and Introduced by Gale Ahrens with an afterward by (...)

Postcards of Famous Anarchists.- Lucy Parsons

COOPER, Melody. Day of Reckoning

Melody is the 2003 recipient of the Jane Chambers Award for Playwriting for "Day of Reckoning" which also won the MultiStages New Works (...)

LESTER, David, Graphic Designs

DAVID LESTER ARTIST / MUSICIAN / CURATOR / PUBLISHER David Lester is the guitar player for the underground rock duo Mecca Normal. His art has (...)

WILLIAMS, Casey. "Whose Lucy Parsons? The mythologizing and re-appropriation of a radical hero".

As a radical anarchist, Lucy Parsons dedicated over sixty years of her life to fighting for America’s working class and poor. and A skillful (...)

HORWITZ, Linda Diane Horwitz, Donna Marie Kowal, and Catherine Helen Palczewski. "Anarchist women and the feminine ideal: sex, class, and style in the rhetoric of Voltairine de Cleyre, Emma Goldman, and Lucy Parsons"

in: Martha S. Watson and Thomas R. Burkholder eds., The Rhetoric of Nineteenth-Century Reform, East Lansing : Michigan State University Press, (...)

CRAVEY, Altha J. and Georgia Ann CRAVEY, "Lucy Parsons and Haymarket Days"

ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, Volume 7, issue 1, 2008

CONAN "Lucy Parsons, la révoltée"

Lucy Parsons, militante anarchiste célèbre aux Etats-Unis, hélas bien moins en France, fut toute sa vie une révoltée, active sur tous les fronts (...)