We now feature a page of Archives of Marxist-Humanism. It contains writings by Raya Dunayevskaya from 1941-1987. Some are in the archives collection that she created and donated to Wayne State University (available on microfilm), and many are from additional original documents. More documents and talks will be added in the future. There are also some works by others, and additional ones will also be added. Dunayevskaya’s books are described on our Literature page, along with pamphlets and works by others that are available for purchase.
FILM AVAILABLE NOW
“Raya Dunayevskaya: Biography of an Idea”
MHI is happy to distribute this documentary film by Alex Fletcher. It explores many major concepts of the philosopher, activist, and feminist Raya Dunayevskaya, who developed Marxist-Humanism over much of the last century, up until her death in 1987. The 79-minute film contains rare video clips of her speeches and offers glimpses of material in her archives, as well as featuring interviews of 3 MHI members who belonged to Dunayevskaya’s organization during her lifetime.
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