Using Rosa Luxemburg as a model of what women can do, Iranian feminist Neda Azad explains how Luxemburg broke from the reformist party and participated in the anti-war movement in Germany at the turn of the century. Azad points to the work of feminists who carry on the tradition in 1981. She begins by pointing out the United Nations Decade on Women. Produced by Neda Azad and Helene Rosenbluth.
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