פרייע ארבעטער שטימע (ניו יארק). Vol. 38 נומ׳ 46. 12 נאָוועמבער 1937/ Free Voice of Labor (New York). Vol. 38 No. 46. November 12, 1937.
Honoring the Haymarket Martyrs on the 50th anniversary of their executions.
Freie Arbeiter Stimme (iפֿרייע אַרבעטער שטימע, ‘Free Voice of Labor’) was a Yiddish-language anarchist newspaper published from New York City’s Lower East Side beginning in 1890 and running until 1977 (with a few years off in the 1890s) making it among the longest running anarchist journals world history., Editors included David Edelstadt, Saul Yanovsky, Joseph Cohen, Hillel Solotaroff, Roman Lewis, and Moshe Katz and had contributions from Rudolf Rocker, Max Nettlau, Emma Goldman, Voltairine de Cleyre, and Abraham Frumkin, among many others. Emerging from the ‘Pioneers of Liberty’ who had organized to support the Haymarket defendants. With a focus on literature and culture as well as labor and politics, Freie Arbeiter Stimme was hugely influential in the social life of Yiddish-speaking working class America. With a circulation of 20,000 the paper achieved its greatest impact in the first two decades on the 1900s. First printed weekly, then bi-weekly, and finally monthly the paper continued for decades after world War Two, though the world it originated in had largely disappeared.
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