Lotta Continua, which means "continuous struggle" in Italian, was a far left extra-parliamentary organization in Italy active between 1969 and 1976, and the group's eponymous newspaper was published until 1982.
Lotta Continua holdings at the Beinecke
Lotta Continua, 1969-82.
Altrove, 1978, supplement to Lotta Continua no. 95.
Lotta continua è la voce di tutte le donne gli uomini i bambini che vogliono una societa di uguali liberi dallo sfruttamento, 1972, promotion for the journal Lotta Continua.
Nostro giornale vive della sottoscrizione dei compagni operai e dei militanti.... ,1972, promotion for the journal Lotta Continua.
Parla dei disoccupati che vogliono avere il diritto a vivere, 1972, promotion for the journal Lotta Continua; featuring photograph by Tano D'Amico.
Parla degli operai che lottano in fabbrica, dei proletari che voglioni avere una casa, 1973, promotion for the journal Lotta Continua; featuring photograph by Tano D'Amico.
Parla delle donne che lottano contro lo sfruttamento e l'oppressione, 1973, promotion for the journal Lotta Continua; featuring photograph by Tano D'Amico.
12 maggio a Roma, queste sono le squadre speciali di Cossiga, Rome, May 1977.
Convegno nazionale Lotta continua, Bologna, June 1977.
Arte e dimensione metropolitana, advertising collaborative event with Joseph Beuys, Rome, April 7, 1981.
Dario Fiori Collection (A selection of uncatalogued holdings from this collection can be found here. The material may be requested at the Beinecke Rare Books and Manuscript Library, and it can be searched through Beinecke's Research tools. Refer to Uncatalogued Acquisitions).
Lotta Continua ("continuous struggle" in Italian) was a far left extra-parliamentary organization in Italy, active in the 1970s. The group emerged in autumn 1969, following a split in the student-worker movement in Turin, which had been organizing militant activity at universities and factories. The first issue of Lotta Continua’s eponymous newspaper was published in November 1969, and continued until 1982, even after the organization disbanded in 1976. Pablo Echaurren contributed many illustrations and articles to the periodical.