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 Chicago International Woman's Day - Rasmea Odeh Awards 
 Kait McIntyre
 Dale Lehman/WZRD  
 For non-profit use only.
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Short presentation of the history of the holiday, its origins in
the US after women struck for better conditions, and its original founding in Europe as International Working Woman's Day.

What happened to the "working" in the recognition of what women contribute to society is explained through a class and Capitalist analysis. She recounts some of the historic workers
struggles that centered in Chicago which connect to today's defense for Rasmea and to the awardees recognized at the event.
Sponsored by Committee to Stop FBI Repression, Freedom Road Socialist Organization, the U.S. Palestinian Community Network, the American Party of Labor, Anakbayan, the Chicago Alliance Against Racist & Political Repression, the Anti-War Committee, and Workers World Party.

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00:10:31 English 2016-03-08
 Chicago, Illinois
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