feminist movement

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Noun1.feminist movement - the movement aimed at equal rights for womenfeminist movement - the movement aimed at equal rights for women
crusade, campaign, cause, drive, effort, movement - a series of actions advancing a principle or tending toward a particular end; "he supported populist campaigns"; "they worked in the cause of world peace"; "the team was ready for a drive toward the pennant"; "the movement to end slavery"; "contributed to the war effort"
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An unexpected reward of reviewing four new books on feminist activism was the reminder of how important and even inspiring it is to examine the changing meanings and struggles of feminist activism and the changing voices and faces of feminist activists.
Our host, who was in her early 40s with one child and another on the way, remarked that the feminist activism she and her generation spearheaded when they were younger just didn't seem to exist anymore.
6) `Zines are also a site of feminist activism, wherein women respond to, critique, and envision alternatives to the often sexist and misogynist commercial media.
We Don't Need Another Wave offers a refreshing take on feminist activism for young people.
Although this review focuses on authors whose feminist activism has revolved around U.
Future FC issues will focus on feminist activism, pregnancy in America, girls and feminism, zines by librarians, blogs about reproductive rights, women in Chinese film, and topics yet to emerge.
Thus their essays will appeal to readers with interests in fields from media, visual culture, literature, legal studies, feminist activism, trauma studies, education, and social work to religion.
For her, one must first understand the diversity of opinions about feminist activism that exists among Native women and how they have uniquely conceived both their role as activists and their theoretical frameworks.
The numerous contradictions inherent in Drinker's form of feminist activism in music are exposed in Solie's Afterword.
However, although I appreciate the complexity and prophetic significance of black feminist activism, I think it is also important to face squarely the reality that we have "no formal black feminist organization today.
FEMINIST ACTIVISM AND RESEARCH is a mailing list and set of links "devoted to pragmatic and pro-active feminist activism and research.
In her critique of "model making" in Second Wave historiography, which has "all but ignored the feminist activism of women of color," Benita Roth "challenges the idea that Black feminist organizing was a later variant of so-called mainstream white feminism.