Listen Up by Barbara Findlen
Voices from the Next Feminist Generation, New Expanded Edition

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In this new, expanded edition of the acclaimed collection, writers and activists such as Rebecca Walker, Nomy Lamm, and Inga Muscio are joined by Lisa Miya-Jervis, publisher of Bitch; Alison Crews, editor of Girl-Mom; and Daisy Hernandez of Ms. Together, they cover a wide range of topics, from blending careers and feminist politics to the intersection of traditional culture and third-wave sensibilities.
 

About Barbara Findlen

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Findlen is the executive editor of Ms. magazine.
 
Published July 10, 2001 by Seal Press. 300 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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The writers are lesbians and bisexuals, feminists from every ethnic group, teen mothers, rape survivors, disabled women, aerobics instructors, anorexics, self-described ``chicks'' and punks--whose involvement in the movement signals feminism's evolution from within.

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Third-wave feminists are less angry, more realistic and deal with more subtle obstacles than their foremothers.

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