International Working Women’s Day

Austin’s first militant International Working Women’s Day march, organized by Popular Women’s Movement, overcame police impediment and fascist harassment by the Texas Nomads SAR, a white nationalist organization that is anti-woman and anti-immigrant.

A Change in the Sky

Report from cultural action and political intervention at City Hall on February 1st 2019 The liberal group ATX Resistance Action was due to host a protest they called “No Benefit for Rapists” on Thursday, January 31. The protest was meant to respond to the recent decision by the city to continue to pay the former… Continue reading A Change in the Sky

Misogyny on the left

Popular Women’s Movement–Movimiento Femenino Popular (PWM-MFP) presents our newest project to better acquaint activist and working women with a few local sexist and abusive men. This is an ongoing project which will be updated regularly. We warn our friends, the activist and working women of Austin, about our the enemies within leftist political activism so… Continue reading Misogyny on the left

The Ultimate Class Enemy

Regarding the case of violent, sexist cop Dusterhoft Jason Duane Dusterhoft is the quintessential abusive, misogynist, coke-snorting cop. He started working for APD back in 1995 and eventually became head pig of the southeast Region 4 district. From the beginning, Dusterhoft was a walking embodiment of arrogance and corruption, characteristics that guarantee a promising career… Continue reading The Ultimate Class Enemy

Lift high the red banner of the women’s struggle!

Yesterday PWM- MFP attended the annual Women's March which actually turned out to be a misnomer because the organizers were too afraid to march without a permit and escort. We have no delusions about the ineffectiveness of events like this. A march or rally should be a moralizing show of force, but due to the… Continue reading Lift high the red banner of the women’s struggle!

Popular Women’s Movement – Movimiento Femenino Popular

Founding Statement  “No one should be surprised that not all women unite in a single feminist movement. Feminism necessarily has different colors, different trends. One can distinguish three main trends in feminism, three substantive colors: bourgeois feminism, petit-bourgeois feminism, and proletarian feminism. Each of these feminisms made their demands in a different way. Bourgeois women… Continue reading Popular Women’s Movement – Movimiento Femenino Popular