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"Rethinking American Women's Activism traces intersecting streams of feminist activism from the nineteenth century to the present. This enthralling narrative brings to life an array of women activists from the abolition, suffrage, labor, consumer, civil rights, welfare rights, farm workers', and low-wage workers' movements, and from campus fights against sexual violence, #MeToo, the Red for Ed teacher's strikes, and Black Lives Matter. Multi-cultural, multi-racial and cross-class in its framing, the text enables readers to ...

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Rethinking American Women's Activism 2014, Routledge, Oxford

ISBN-13: 9780415811736

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Rethinking American Women's Activism 2014, Routledge, Oxford

ISBN-13: 9780415811729

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