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When we were free to be : looking back at a children's classic and the difference it made

Author: Lori Rotskoff; Laura L Lovett
Publisher: Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, ©2012
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When we were free to be.
Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, c2012
(DLC) 2012021752
(OCoLC)785863950
Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lori Rotskoff; Laura L Lovett
ISBN: 0807837555 9780807837559
OCLC Number: 819070475
Description: 1 online resource (324 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Inspiration --
Prologue / Marlo Thomas --
Free to Be Memories / Dionne Gordon Kirschner --
pt. One Creating a World for Free Children --
The Foundations of Free to Be... You and Me / Lori Rotskoff --
In the Beginning / Carole Hart --
A Thousand Fond Memories and a Few Regrets / Letty Cottin Pogrebin --
Mommies and Daddies / Carol Hall --
Free to Be... the Music / Stephen Lawrence --
Thinking about Free to Be / Alan Alda --
Beyond the Fun and Song / Francine Klagsbrun --
Free to Be... a Child / Gloria Steinem --
How a Preschool Teacher Became Free to Be / Barbara Sprung --
pt. Two Free to Be... You and Me in Historical Context --
Where the Children Are Free Free to Be... You and Me, Second-Wave Feminism, and 1970s American Children's Culture / Leslie Paris --
"Little Women's Libbers" and "Free to Be Kids" Children and the Struggle for Gender Equality in the United States / Lori Rotskoff --
Child's Play Boys' Toys, Women's Work, and "Free Children" / Laura L. Lovett --
Getting the Message Audiences Respond to Free to Be... You and Me / Lori Rotskoff --
pt. Three Parents Are Still People Gender and Child Rearing across Generations --
Genderfication Starts Here Dispatches from My Twins' First Year / Deborah Siegel --
Free to Be Conflicted / Robin Pogrebin --
Ringside Seat at the Revolution / Abigail Pogrebin --
Free to Be the Dads We Want to Be / Jeremy Adam Smith --
Little Bug Wants a Doll / Laura Briggs --
Growing a Free to Be Family / Joe Kelly --
Can William Have a Doll Now? The Legacy of Free to Be in Parenting Advice Books / Karin A. Martin --
pt. Four How Free Are We to Be? Cultural Legacies and Critiques --
Free to Be or Free to Buy? / Peggy Orenstein --
On Square Dancing and Title IX / Miriam Peskowitz --
"William's Doll" and Me / Karl Bryant --
When Michael Jackson Grew Up A Mother's Reflections on Race, Pop Culture, and Self-Acceptance / Deesha Philyaw --
Whose World Is This? / Courtney E. Martin --
Marlo and Me / Becky Friedman --
Free to Be on West 80th Street / Dorothy Pitman Hughes --
A Free Perspective / Patrice Quinn --
When We Grow Up / Trey McIntyre --
The Price of Freedom / Tayloe Mcdonald --
Lessons and Legacies You're Free to Be... a Champion / Cheryl Kilodavis --
Epilogue / Laura L. Lovett --
Appendix The Songs, Stories, and Skits of Free to Be... You and Me --
A Content Overview / Laura L. Lovett.
Responsibility: edited by Lori Rotskoff & Laura L. Lovett.

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