Emma Goldman biography - profile of radical Emma Goldman.
Emma Goldman Quotes
Quotations from Emma Goldman, Russian and American radical who wrote on anarchism, marriage and many political issues.
Biographical Sketch: from Anarchism and Other Essays
Hippolyte Havel's biography of Emma Goldman, published in 1911., published as part of the collection of Goldman's best-known essys.
Emma Goldman Pictures
Photographs of radical activist and writer Emma Goldman.
Emma Goldman: Too Radical for 2003?
In January 2003, the words of Emma Goldman on free speech and war were considered too radical for the University of California, Berkeley -- ironically the birthplace of the 1960s Free Speech Movement.
Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman
July 9, 1917: Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman were convinced of conspiracy against the United States draft law and were sentenced to two years in the penitentiary and fined $10,000 each. They both emigrated to Russia in 1919.
Emma Goldman: Van Vechten Photo 1934
Emma Goldman, feminist and birth control pioneer, in a picture by noted photographer Carl Van Vechten, 1934.
Dances With Feminists
Alix Shulman explains the likely genesis of the oft-misquoted line from Emma Goldman, usually appearing as "If I can't dance I don't want to be part of your revolution."
Emma Goldman: American Experience
To supplement the 2004 movie about Emma Goldman ("Red Emma"), PBS provides a biography, timeline, map, some primary sources including some of Emma Goldman's most famous (or infamous?) speeches, a transcript of the film, and a teacher's guide.
Emma Goldman: Guide to Papers
Berkeley Digital Library has an extensive collection of online papers on Emma Goldman: her life, her writings, bibliographies, etc.
Emma Goldman: Encyclopedia.com
Encyclopedia entry (short) for Emma Goldman.
Leading Personages on the Buford's Passenger-List
News photos of Goldman, Ethel Bernstein, Peter Bianki and Alexander Berkman.