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Feminists, grrls, activistas and anyone (female/male) who believes in equality. Feminism IS the belief in equality. If you think it is female supremacy, you are dead wrong. Feminism is about equality of life and lifestyle, regardless of race, age or social class. It is not just for upper-class white women. It is for everyone who is being oppressed due to sex and gender.
 

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Johanna Brenner's new Women and the Politics of Class, containing essays written over a sixteen year period, comes at critical period in American feminism.
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September 11 and the aftermath have revealed a new chapter not only in the fifty-plus-year history of U.S. geopolitical hegemony in the Middle East, but also the Orientalist discourse that dominates the media's analysis of that involvement.


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Sex and Censors
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"In the black of the winter of nineteen-nine, When we froze and bled on the picket line, We showed the world that women could fight, And we rose and won with women's might."
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Women's Lives on the far Left
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FEMINISTS AND HISTORIANS of the Middle East were a bit surprised last year when Laura Bush made a radio address defending women's rights—in Iraq.
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To visit Dwight Penitentiary is to be made aware of the dichotomy in society's professed atti tudes of rehabilitation for the "fallen woman," and the punishment philosophy which still characterizes much of the program, even when the administrators sanctimoniously deny it.
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Since the early nineteenth century, feminists have been drawn to various forms of socialism as a mode of analysis and vision of society. In the U.S., a strong utopian and Christian socialist tradition affected many feminist thinkers.






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