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Separate roads to feminism : Black, Chicana, and White feminist movements in America's second wave

Author: Benita Roth
Publisher: Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2004.
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Traces the development of white women's liberation, black feminism and Chicana feminism in the 1960s and 1970s.
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Benita Roth
ISBN: 0521822602 9780521822602 0521529727 9780521529723
OCLC Number: 51899009
Description: xiii, 271 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Introduction: The emergence and development of racial/ethnic feminisms in the 1960s and 1970s --
Second-Wave feminism(s) --
The whitewashing of the Second Wave --
Feminist movements and intersectionality: recasting the Second Wave --
Feminist emergences, intersectionality, and social movement theory --
Methodological considerations / the plan of the book. 1. To whom do you refer? Structure and the situated feminist --
Structure in accounts of feminist emergence --
How much is enough? The relatively deprived as challengers --
Inequality and the positing of a postwar transracial / ethnic middle class --
to whom do you compare? The salience of race/ethnicity plus class --
Conclusion: structure, awareness, and the background to the making of organizational distinct racial/ethnic feminism. 2. The "Fourth World" is born : intramovement experience, oppositional political communities, and the emergence of the White women's liberation movement --
Introduction: the movement level --
Dynamics of facilitation and constraint --
Redefining liberation --
The debate over separation and autonomy --
New Left hostility to a new Feminist Movement --
Feminist responses to hostility: a new audience for organizing --
Organizing by women's liberationists: creating an autonomous movement --
Conclusion: reforming a community versus forming one. 3. The Vanguard Center : intramovement experience and the emergence of black feminism ---Introduction: Black feminism as the "Vanguard Center" --
Where were the Black feminists? Looking in the wrong places --
Black women and changes in the Civil Rights Movement --
Black feminists respond: early organizations --
The Black Woman, Black liberation, and middle-class style --
Responses to the White women's liberation --
Black feminist organizing within/outside the Black Movement: questions of autonomy --
Conclusion: the influence of the Vanguard Center. 4. "We called ourselves 'Feministas'" : intramovement experience and the emergence of Chicana Feminism --
Introduction: "Feministas," not "Feminists" --
Chicanas in the Chicano Movement of the 1960s and 1970s --
Early organizing by Chicana Feminists --
The 1971 Houston Conferencia de Mujeres por la Raza/First national Chicana Conference --
Challenging the machismo in Chicanismo, and other Chicana feminist concerns --
Chicana feminist organizations in the 1970s and the problem of backlash --
Counterarguments: the historical Chicana feminist and the need to remake the political family --
Chicana feminism's relationship with White women's liberation: sympathies versus Sisterhood --
Fitting into the struggle: Chicana feminist organizing through the 1970s --
Conclusion: organizationally distinct Chicana feminism in the Second Wave. 5. Organizing one's own : the competitive social movement sector and the rise of organizationally distinct feminist movements --
Introduction: the intermovement level and feminist emergences --
The competitive social movement sector --
The social movement economy and the feminist threat --
White women's liberation and universal sisterhood --
"Either / or" from everywhere: African American and Chicana feminist responses --
Organizing one's own: an ethos and its origins --
Conclusion: the legacy of intermovement politics and possibilities for feminist organizing --
Conclusion: feminists on their own and for their own: revisiting and "re-visioning" Second-Wave feminisms --
Second-Wave feminisms, plural --
Second-Wave feminisms and theoretical considerations --
Bridging divisions: the legacy of Second-Wave feminisms and coalition making --
Last words --
Appendix: The interviews / Living after the Second Wave.
Responsibility: Benita Roth.
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