Rote Zora

Rote Zora

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Rote Zora

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Rote Zora (, from the book Die Rote Zora und ihre Bande by Kurt Held) was a militant feminist group active in West Germany from 1974-95, known for a series of bombings.

History

Rote Zora started in 1974, when they bombed the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany in Karlsruhe to protest against the abortion law.

In addition they bombed the Federal Doctor's Guild (in 1977), numerous sex shops, the cars of landlords, the Siemens company, and the company Nixdorf Computer AG. While carrying out hundreds of attacks, the group always took care to not physically harm people.

Rote Zora was a split from the organization Revolutionary Cells,. The group's last action was in 1995. In 2000, a documentary about the group (titled Die Rote Zora) was made by Oliver Tolmein.

In April 2007, former Rote Zora member Adrienne Gerhäuser stood trial for the attempted bombings of the Berlin Genetic Technical Institute in 1986, and a clothing factory in Bavaria in 1987,

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  • Dark Star Collective, Quiet Rumours: An Anarcha-Feminist Reader, Oakland: AK Press, 2002, ISBN......
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