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Forside 8. marts: Kvindernes internationale kampdag – oprindelse og historie Another impetus for Women’s Day, Zetkin recognized, was the demonstration in New York by thousands of garment workers, mainly im/migrants and many socialists, demanding their rights, on March 8, 1908. So was the three-month garment workers’ strike a year later — the “Uprising of the 20,000” — led by 23-year-old Clara Lemlich, a Russian-Jewish immigrant. Photo from the uprising New York City 1909-10.

Another impetus for Women’s Day, Zetkin recognized, was the demonstration in New York by thousands of garment workers, mainly im/migrants and many socialists, demanding their rights, on March 8, 1908. So was the three-month garment workers’ strike a year later — the “Uprising of the 20,000” — led by 23-year-old Clara Lemlich, a Russian-Jewish immigrant. Photo from the uprising New York City 1909-10.

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Mourners from the Ladies Waist and Dressmakers Union Local 25 and the United Hebrew Trades of New York march in the streets after the Triangle fire in 1911. Photo: Unknown. Collection: International Ladies Garment Workers Union Photographs (1885-1985) Repository: The Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives. (CC BY 2.0).
Poster for Women’s Day, March 8, 1914, demanding voting rights for women. Kunstner: Karl Maria Stadler (1888–1943), German illustrator. Public Domain.

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