women's liberation movement


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Noun1.women's liberation movement - the movement aimed at equal rights for womenwomen's liberation 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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Off-screen, she championed feminism, and was involved with the women's liberation movement. In 1983, she co-founded a charity established to feed the needy in Los Angeles.
The women's liberation movement also blossomed and the Burn-The-Bra movement was in vogue.
The Women's Liberation Movement and the Politics of Class in Britain
Now aged 85, Mary began designing in the 1950s and her distinctive style began to blossom with the birth of Swinging London and the women's liberation movement.
Now aged 85, Mary began designing in the 1950s, and her distinctive style began to blossom with the birth of Swinging London and the women's liberation movement.
Christabelle Sethna and Steve Hewitt, Just Watch Us: RCMP Surveillance of the Women's Liberation Movement in Cold War Canada (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press 2018)
The stage invasion was carried out by the newly created Women's Liberation Movement, who claimed that beauty pageants were demeaning women.
The government introduced the award in 1995 after the name of Begum Rokeya, a pioneer of women's liberation movement in the undivided Bengal.
This issue takes a deeper look at how the women's liberation movement has historically impacted world of book publishing in a feature by Jolie Braun, the Curator of American Literature at The Ohio State University.
Having emerged from the Los Angeles LGBT club scene of the early 1970s, and alongside the women's liberation movement, Jett is presented as an important trailblazer in the macho and misogynist 1970s rock industry.
Feminism, in its second wave, women's liberation movement guise, has passed its first half century.
The first op-ed is by Salah Montaser and shed light on Doria Shafik who led the women's liberation movement in the forties and fifties, arguing that she has been forgotten despite that she had paved the way for women's rights earned over time especially political rights.

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