Knowledge Identifier: +Emma_Goldman
Born in 1869.
Countries: United States (33%), Germany (11%), Spain (7%)
Linked to: The New York Times, Columbia University Press, Socialist Party of America, University of Illinois College of Medicine
Born in Kovno in the Russian Empire , Goldman emigrated to the U.S. in 1885 and lived in New York City , where she joined the burgeoning anarchist movement in 1889
When the Panic of 1893 struck in the following year, the United States suffered one of its worst economic crises ever
Robert Henri - Henri admired anarchist and Mother Earth publisher Emma Goldman, and taught from 1911 at the Modern School.
Ross Winn - In July 1911, Gussie wrote a letter, in secret, to Emma Goldman asking for any possible financial assistance from their allies, knowing that her husband "would rather starve than to beg"
Agnes Inglis - In 1915 Inglis met and befriended Emma Goldman, and shortly thereafter, Goldman's lover and comrade Alexander Berkman
Attorney General Alexander Mitchell Palmer and J. Edgar Hoover, head of the U.S. Department of Justice's General Intelligence Division, were intent on using the Anarchist Exclusion Act of 1918 to deport any non-citizens they could identify as advocates of anarchy or revolution
Harry Kelly (anarchist) - He was a close friend of Russian anarchists Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman, alongside whom he worked for years until their deportation under the Anarchist Exclusion Act in 1918
Female ejaculation - Thus we find Almeda Sperry writing to Emma Goldman in 1918, about the "rhythmic spurt of your love juices"
The ship landed her charges in Hanko on Saturday, January 17, 1920
In 1923, she wrote a book about her experiences, "My Disillusionment in Russia"
She maintained an anti-voting position even when many anarcho-syndicalists in 1930s Spain voted for the formation of a liberal republic
Federica Montseny - Notably, she was involved in polemics with Emma Goldman, and the recipient of the harsh criticism in Camillo Berneri's open letter of 1937