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64 x 25 inches. Our cardboard cutout of Emma Goldman. All cardboard cutouts come folded and have an easel attached to the back to be self-standing. Items are printed and produced to order. Printing and processing takes up to 5 business days plus shipping time.

Introduction to Emma Goldman

Celebrate the legacy of one of history’s most passionate and influential activists with our lifesize cardboard cutout of Emma Goldman. Perfect for historical displays, educational events, or as an inspiring addition to your home or office, this cutout captures the dynamic presence of Emma Goldman, reflecting her profound impact on social and political movements.

Background of Emma Goldman

Emma Goldman was born on June 27, 1869, in Kovno, Lithuania, then part of the Russian Empire. She emigrated to the United States in 1885, settling in Rochester, New York. Goldman's early experiences with poverty and labor exploitation fueled her interest in radical politics, and she soon became a prominent figure in the anarchist movement.

Goldman was known for her fiery oratory and fearless activism. She championed a wide range of causes, including workers' rights, free speech, birth control, and women's emancipation. Her involvement in labor strikes, political protests, and her outspoken support for anarchism often led to her arrest and imprisonment.

In 1906, Goldman co-founded the anarchist journal "Mother Earth," which became a platform for her ideas and a voice for the radical movement. Her lectures and writings made her a target for government surveillance and repression, particularly during periods of political unrest.

Goldman's opposition to World War I and her involvement in anti-conscription efforts led to her arrest and subsequent deportation from the United States in 1919. She spent the rest of her life in exile, living in various countries and continuing her activism and writing until her death on May 14, 1940, in Toronto, Canada.

Cultural Impact of Emma Goldman

Emma Goldman’s impact on social and political movements is profound and enduring. Her passionate advocacy for anarchism, free speech, and social justice challenged the status quo and inspired generations of activists. Goldman's ideas about individual freedom, workers' rights, and gender equality were ahead of her time and continue to resonate in contemporary social and political discourse.

Goldman’s involvement in labor strikes and her support for the working class highlighted the struggles faced by workers and the importance of labor rights. Her speeches and writings on anarchism provided a radical critique of capitalism and state power, influencing the development of anarchist thought and practice.

Her advocacy for birth control and women's rights made her a pioneering figure in the feminist movement. Goldman’s belief in sexual freedom and her challenges to traditional gender roles contributed to the broader movement for women's liberation.

Despite facing intense government repression, including arrest and deportation, Goldman remained steadfast in her commitment to her principles. Her life and work have been the subject of numerous books, films, and academic studies, reflecting the enduring interest in her contributions to social and political thought.

Emma Goldman’s legacy is celebrated through various commemorations and the continued relevance of her ideas in modern activism. Her fearless pursuit of justice and equality serves as an inspiration to those who strive for a more equitable and free society.

This cutout of Emma Goldman celebrates her remarkable contributions and enduring legacy as a pioneering activist. It serves as a tribute to her dynamic presence, her unwavering commitment to social justice, and her significant impact on history.

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