The revolutionary life and legacy of Rosa Luxemburg.
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Rosa Luxemburg is known for her colossal economic and political legacy, her tireless activism, and the fraught nature of her international existence. On the eve of her brutal murder, she wrote of the revolution: “I was, I am, I shall be!” On the occasion of her 150th birthday, this is her story.
Dr Dana Mills is an author, activist, dancer and academic based in Amsterdam. She is the author of Dance and Politics: Moving Beyond Boundaries (2016), Rosa Luxemburg (2020) and Dance and Activism: A Century of Radical Dance Across the World (2021). She is a member of the Complete Works of Rosa Luxemburg editorial board.
Kate Evans is a cartoonist, artist, author, mother and activist. Her widely acclaimed Red Rosa: A Graphic Biography of Rosa Luxemburg was both the Independent and the Observer’s ‘graphic book of the year’. Her other works include Threads from the Refugee Crisis, The Food of Love, and Don’t Call Me Princess.
Azuka Oforka’s career as an actor has seen her work across theatre, television and film. She started in theatres such as the Birmingham Rep and Royal Court Theatre, and is best known for playing Louise Tyler on the BBC medical drama Casualty.
Dr Katherine Connelly is a historian, activist and lecturer at the London centres of Arcadia and Lawrence universities. A biographer of Sylvia Pankhurst, she recently edited and introduced Pankhurst's previously unpublished manuscript on America. She received her PhD from Queen Mary University of London for her thesis on Marx and 19th-century French popular culture.
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