Truth, Sojourner, c1797-1883 - Mary G. Butler

Sojourner Truth circa 1870

A short biography of former slave, abolitionist, passionate advocate for the dispossessed and perhaps the most famous African-American woman in the 19th-century United States.

Nikolai Pavlov aka Petrov, Petrov-Pavlov

N. Pavlov

A short biography of Russian anarchist Nikolai Pavlov, famous for his statement "Why I Am An Anarchist"

Goldsmith, Marie: her life and thought

Marie Goldsmith

Article about Marie Goldsmith/Isidine/Korn that teases out her influence on Peter Kropotkin's ideas, as well as looking at her scientific career and her anarchism.

Rudolf Rocker: anarchist missionary (1873-1958) - W.J. Fishman

A biography by W.J. Fishman of Rudolf Rocker, a German anarcho-syndicalist.

Berg, Eizens Avgustovich (1892-1918)

E.A. Berg

A short biography of E. A. Berg, anarchist sailor.

Rinke, Erich Otto A.k.a. Rau, Rinkius, Big Otto (1853-1899)

A short biography of German anarchist Otto Rinke

Rodenas, Libertad (1893-1970)

Libertad Rodenas

A short biography of Libertad Rodenas, Noted Spanish anarchist and member of Mujeres Libres

Cavani, Renzo (1901-1966) aka Bruno

Renzo Cavani

a short biography of anarchist bricklayer Renzo Cavani who twice tried to kill Mussolini

Cores, George 1869-1949

A brief autobiography of George Cores an English anarchist active for over sixty years.

Teresa Rebull, dead at the age of 30 – Pepe Gutiérrez

An obituary published in April 2015 on the occasion of the death of Teresa Rebull (1919-2015)—scion of a well-known libertarian family, sister-in-law of David Rey (a/k/a Daniel Rebull, co-founder of the CNT), textile worker at the age of 12, member of the POUM since 1936, volunteer nurse during the Civil War, participant in the May Days of 1937, prisoner of the Stalinists in a “cheka” in Barcelona, exile in France, participant in the French Resistance, and singer-songwriter of the Catalonian folk music revival of the 1960s, among other things—a remarkable woman and one of last survivors of a generation of women who “tried to win the war by carrying out the revolution”.