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Chicana Movidas : New Narratives of Activism and Feminism in the Movement Era.

Author: Dionne Espinoza; María Eugenia Cotera; Maylei Blackwell
Publisher: Austin : University of Texas Press, 2018.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Espinoza, Dionne.
Chicana Movidas : New Narratives of Activism and Feminism in the Movement Era.
Austin : University of Texas Press, ©2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dionne Espinoza; María Eugenia Cotera; Maylei Blackwell
ISBN: 1477316825 9781477316825 9781477316832 1477316833
OCLC Number: 1037815300
Notes: Chapter 21. Manifesto de Memoria: (Re)Living the Movement without Blinking (Inés Hernández-Ávila).
Description: 1 online resource (488 pages)
Contents: Intro; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Movements, Movimientos, and Movidas (María Cotera, Maylei Blackwell, and Dionne Espinoza); Part I. Hallway Movidas; Chapter 1. Francisca Flores, and the History of the League of Mexican American Women and Its Evolution into the Comisión Femenil Mexicana Nacional, 1958-1975 (Anna NietoGomez); Chapter 2. Mujeres Bravas: How Chicana Feminists Championed the Equal Rights Amendment and Feminist Agenda in 1977 at the Texas Women's Meeting and the International Women's Year National Conference (Martha P. Cotera). Chapter 3. "Women Need to Find Their Voice": Latinas Speak Out in the Midwest, 1972 (Leticia Wiggins)Chapter 4. "It's Not a Natural Order": Religion and the Emergence of Chicana Feminism in the Cursillo Movement in San Jose (Susana L. Gallardo); Part II. Home-Making Movidas; Chapter 6. La Causa de los Pobres: Alicia Escalante's Lived Experiences of Poverty and the Struggle for Economic Justice (Rosie C. Bermudez); Chapter 7. Women Who Make Their Own Worlds: The Life and Work of Ester Hernández (Maylei Blackwell). Chapter 8. Feminista Frequencies: Chicana Radio Activism in the Pacific Northwest (Monica De La Torre)Chapter 9. Excavating the Chicano Movement: Chicana Feminism, Mobilization, and Leadership at El Centro de la Raza, 1972-1979 (Michael D. Aguirre); Chapter 10. The Space in Between: Exploring the Development of Chicana Feminist Thought in Central Texas (Brenda Sendejo); Chapter 11. Visions of Utopia while Living in Occupied Aztlán (Osa Hidalgo de la Riva and Maylei Blackwell); Part III. Movidas of Crossing. Chapter 12. Forging a Black-Brown Movement: Chicana and African American Women Organizing for Welfare Rights in Los Angeles (Alejandra Marchevsky)Chapter 13. "Tu Riata Es Mi Espalda": Elizabeth Sutherland's Chicana Formation (Annemarie Perez); Chapter 14. "La Raza en Canada": San Diego Chicana Activists, the Indochinese Women's Conference of 1971, and Third World Womanism (Dionne Espinoza); Chapter 15. María Jiménez: Reflexiones on Traversing Multiple Fronteras in the South (Samantha Rodriguez and Stalina Emmanuelle Villarreal). Chapter 16. De Campesina a Internacionalista: A Journey of Encuentros y Desencuentros (Olga Talamante)Part IV. Memory Movidas; Chapter 17. Unpacking Our Mothers' Libraries: Practices of Chicana Memory before and after the Digital Turn (María Cotera); Chapter 18. Refocusing Chicana International Feminism: Photographs, Postmemory, and Political Trauma (Marisela R. Chávez); Chapter 19. La Mariposa de Oro: The Journey of an Advocate (Elena Gutiérrez and Virginia Martínez); Chapter 20. My Deliberate Pursuit of Freedom (Deanna Romero).

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