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Feminisms in motion : voices for justice, liberation, and transformation

Author: Alexis Pauline Gumbs; Adrienne M Brown; Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore; Jessica Hoffmann; Daria Yudacufski
Publisher: Chico, CA : AK Press, [2018]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A new anthology of short essays and articles providing a wide-ranging look at contemporary intersectional feminist thought and action.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alexis Pauline Gumbs; Adrienne M Brown; Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore; Jessica Hoffmann; Daria Yudacufski
ISBN: 9781849353342 1849353344
OCLC Number: 1028185017
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 283 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Intro; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; A Note from the Editors; "Without You Who Understand": Letters from Radical Womyn of Color; "Love" Is on Everyone's Lips: A Roundtable of Women of Color Organizing in Detroit; River; Why Misogynists Make Great Informants: How Gender Violence on the Left Enables State Violence in Radical Movements; Pieces of Us: The Telling of Our Transformation; The Power We Have: Things that Worked in Transformative Justice This Past Year; Everyday Actions; What's Pink Got to Do with It?: Articulating Feminist Resistance to War and Militarism How That Poetry Is Also about UsThis Might Be the First Time: An Installment of the Column "Nobody Passes"; Bring the Troops Home?: On Family Violence, Economic Fear, and War; Beyond Borders: Haneen Maikey of alQaws; Bathing Beneath the Lebanese Sky; Immigration at the Front: Challenging the "Every Woman" Myth in Online Media; On Prisons, Borders, Safety, and Privilege: An Open Letter to White Feminists; Arrestable; Learning to Say "Fuck You": An Interview with Ida McCray; Not Alternative: An Interview with Trifa Shakely Sparking Difficult Dialogues: Sam Feder and Dean Spade on Trans DocumentariesThree Essays on Art, Academia, and Economics; Debt; Dear Nomy: Excerpts from the ongoing advice column by Nomy Lamm; Trashing Neoliberalism; Community Reparations Now!: Roan Boucher and Tiny aka Lisa Gray-Garcia Talk Revolutionary Giving, Class, Privilege, and More; On Not Being Virginia Woolf; Mamahood, Now: An installment of the column "Rockslinga" by Randa Jarrar; In the Kitchens of the Metropolis: An Interview with Silvia Federici; Toward New Visions of Sex and Culture Entirely Looking for Reproductive Justice: An Interview with Loretta J. RossMisdiagnosis: Reproductive Health and Our Environment; Decolonize Your Diet: An Interview with Luz Calvo; Some Monologues on Happiness: Performed by My Friends, Extemporaneously, as I Performed Oral Sex on Them; Where We Are Not Known: Queer Imagination and the Photography of Kirstyn Russell; The Attack on Attachment: Why Love Is the Loser in the So-Called Mommy Wars; M/other Ourselves: A Black Feminist Genealogyor The Queer Thing; Bringing Down; A Race for the Ages / The Blink of an Aye Social Change through Failure: An Interview with Chris Vargas and Eric StanleyVulnerable and Strong: Manshi Asher on Women Resisting the "Growth Paradigm" in India; To All Who Came Before, We Say: Pa'lante!: A Conversation with Nuyorican Activist Emma Torres; About the Editors; About the Contributors; Index
Responsibility: edited by Jessica Hoffmann & Daria Yudacufski.

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