Nannie Dryhurst (née Hannah Robinson) born Dublin, Ireland June 17, 1856 (d. 1930). British ethical anarchist; anti-militarist, anti-imperialist. Founding secretary of Subject Peoples [or Races] International Committee, 1907. Visited Georgia, supporting its independence from Russia, 1906. Held anti-colonial conference, London, 1910. Supported Stop The War movement against Boer War; active in Freedom movement and Freedom magazine; promoted Irish independence.
“[We demand consideration] for those obscure peoples, for whose welfare so few care, and upon whom for long centuries the most wrong have been inflicted by men claiming to belong to the higher races. . . probing the cancer of modern civilisation.” (Federico Ferretti, Anarchy and Geography, 2018; photo libcom.org)