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Isadora Duncan and the Russian Revolution


For location, please call 647.393.3096
Toronto , ON
Ontario CA

Isadora Duncan, the pioneer of Modern Dance, was one of the few artists outside of Russia to participate in the period of the flowering of the revolution. Duncan championed women's rights and called for 'dance for the masses'. In 1921 she was invited to revolutionary Russia to start a school for working class children, part of a plan to make culture available to all. Speaker: Pam Johnson.


Saturday September 30

Dinner: 6pm, Talk: 7pm


For location, please call 647.393.3096


A fundraiser for Socialist Worker /, organized by the Toronto East branch of the International Socialists. $7-15.


Saturday, September 30, 2017 - 21:00
Organized by: 
Toronto-east International Socialists
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