women's liberation movement


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They were a particularly crucial component to the Australian women's liberation movement throughout the 1970s and '80s, as a manifestation of grass-roots activism and as the most effective way, according to Marilyn Lake, of developing feminist consciousnesses through discussions of sex-role socialisation and liberation politics (Lake 1999, 233).
When the women's liberation movement emerged and Robin Morgan published an anthology, Sisterhood Is Powerful (1970), one of the two essays that I most treasured was "Colonized Women: The Chicana" by Elizabeth Martinez.
The women's liberation movement of the 1960s and 1970s made huge leaps forward for women's rights.
After opening his first beauty salon in his native London in 1954, he brought innovation to women's hairstyles in the 1960s with cuts that required little styling, such as short hair, and rose to prominence on the back of the women's liberation movement.
In the West, the women's liberation movement began in the 20th century.
My actions go against the fantastic work of the women's liberation movement.
But most importantly, the bicycle rode in as a vehicle for advancement in the women's liberation movement.
Steinem has made history for her relentless activism in the women's liberation movement during the 60's and 70's, which included doing investigative reporting for a series of articles and supporting abortion rights early on.
This is reflected in the scarce attention that popular Italian cinema has paid to the women's liberation movement.
Certain factors facilitating such transformations include migration, the women's liberation movement, and the 1929 economic depression.
Forgive me for not being the most dedicated advocate of the women's liberation movement, but in my head the chef at a steakhouse is a guy.
But it displays an intense frustration with what Walter sees as growing inequality, many decades after the women's liberation movement first fought to bring feminist concerns to public attention.
The women's liberation movement and the origins of women's studies as an academic enterprise are carefully reviewed but the broader and more fundamental issue of how the twentieth century improved educational opportunities for all European women is not.
Yet, there may seem, for most animal liberationists, something odd and unsettling about advocating a speciesist liberation, odd in the same sense that an argument for racist black liberation or a sexist women's liberation movement might seem unsettling.
IT'S 40 years since the Women's Liberation Movement kicked off in Britain.
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