SOURCE: The New Yorker
by Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor
Arguments in the Dobbs case have privileged the concerns of affluent, professional women – hardly the Mississippians whose lives will be affected by the state's draconian abortion bans. The abortion rights movement needs to return to its roots in racial and economic justice.
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Today's feminist movement has a history. They rely on networks, relationships, and lessons learned from decades of movement building.
by Bruce Chadwick
Gloria, A Life, the new play by Emily Mann about women’s rights activist Gloria Steinem leaves a big, big question.
SOURCE: The Atlantic
by Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell
Starting in the 1850s, proponents of the movement for women’s rights traded their long dresses for bloomers—and paid a heavy social price for it.
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