“Emma said it in 1910; now we’re going to say it again” (McDonald and Derrida 1982, 68). So went the chant offered by the women of the Emma Goldman Brigade at a rally entitled “Women’s Strike for Equality” on August 26, 1970, in New York City. Emma Goldman’s anarchist feminism has been commemorated in plays, operas, graphic novels, and films; her name graces health clinics, preschools, cafés, punk bands, and bookstores; her life and her ideas continue to attract attention from scholars and activists.