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The Fire This Time: Young Activists and the New Feminism Paperback – May 18, 2004
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This book is written for a general audience, but will be incredibly useful in the university classroom. I can't say enough positive things about this anthology. This is definitely a stronger book than Catching a Wave. CAW is also a great book, tho.
Rebecca Walker states in her Foreword, “I have been waiting twelve years for this book… I enter this cramped home of Feminism on the Old Campus… finding only the now-too-often cited group of well-off white women, organizing Take Back the Night marches and lectures on eating disorders, neither of which, in the face of all that is going on, manages to capture my imagination. I am not alone in my assessment that capital ‘F’ Feminism needs an overhaul…”
They wrote in the Introduction to this 2004 book, “During the course of our work with the Third Wave Foundation… we are frequently asked by the media, older activists, philanthropic organizations, and others where the next generation of feminist movers and shakers is, what we care about, and whether or not we embody the Generation X myth of apathetic, apolitical slackers that was created for us to live up (or down) to. People wonder who is carrying on the legacy of the women’s movement, and they look to the same old haunts to find the answers. The problem is, they are looking in the wrong places.” (Pg.Read more ›
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Coauthor Dawn Lundy Martin is one of the founders of the Third Wave Foundation, and has also written/co-written Life in a Box is a Pretty Life, A Gathering of Matter / a Matter of... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Steven H Propp
I bought this book for a class I was taking that required it. It was a good buy, great condition!Published on June 10, 2014 by Natasha