“Rosa Luxemburg’s legacy, texts, work and organizational construction inspire women who seek to occupy a political office to position ourselves and be protagonists of a transformation and social revolution”, says Erika Hilton, city councilor in Sao Paulo. Parliamentarians and activists from Brazil, Chile, and Germany reflect on the significance of Rosa Luxemburg for their current practice.
Erika Hilton, a city councilor in Sao Paulo (Brazil). Jô Cavalcanti, co-deputy for the collective mandate of the Juntas in Pernambuco (Brazil). Frigga Haug, philosopher (Germany). Cornelia Möhring, spokesperson for women’s policy of the DIE LINKE in the German Parliament (Germany). Pierina Ferretti, Fundación Nodo XXI (Chile). Janine Wissler, Party Chairwoman of DIE LINKE and leader of the party’s parliamentary bloc in the state of Hesse (Germany).