White Feminism EPUB Download

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Publisher: Atria Books
Genres: History: Specific Events & Topics, Feminism & Feminist Theory, Gender Studies: Women
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Pages: 320 pages
Binding: Hardcover
ISBN10: 1982134429
ISBN13: 9781982134426
Tags: History: Specific Events & Topics, Feminism & Feminist Theory Books, Gender Studies: Women, Free Books Download, epub Books Download
Language: en
Physical Form: eBook
Type: ePUB
Written “with passion and insight about the knotted history of racism within women’s movements and feminist culture” (Rebecca Traister, New York Times bestselling author), this whip-smart, timely, and impassioned call for change is perfect for fans of Good and Mad and Hood Feminism.

Addressing today’s conversation about race, empowerment, and inclusion in America, Koa Beck, writer and former editor-in-chief of Jezebel, boldly examines the history of feminism, from the true mission of the suffragists to the rise of corporate feminism with clear-eyed scrutiny and meticulous detail. She also examines overlooked communities—including Native American, Muslim, transgender, and more—and their ongoing struggles for social change.

With “intellectually smart and emotionally intelligent” (Patrisse Cullors, New York Times bestselling author and Black Lives Matter cofounder) writing, Beck meticulously documents how elitism and racial prejudice have driven the narrative of feminist discourse. Blending pop culture, primary historical research, and first-hand storytelling, she shows us how we have shut women out of the movement, and what we can do to correct our course for a new generation.

Combining a scholar’s understanding with hard data and razor-sharp cultural commentary, White Feminism “is a rousing blueprint for a more inclusive ‘new era of feminism’” (The Boston Globe).

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Z ePub Mar 16, 2021