The Radical Women Manifesto: Socialist Feminist Theory, Program And Organizational Structure
The Radical Women Manifesto: Socialist Feminist Theory, Program and Organizational Structure
Politics. Cultural Writing. Founded in Seattle in 1967, the working-class feminist group Radical Women continues to fight for social justice, freedom from oppression, and an end to capitalism. This manifesto covers the history and theoretical underpinnings of the movement, from its marxist origins to the present day, and establishes the goals and structures for Radical Women of today. This visionary manifesto is for today's warriors, wherever we are. It's a brilliant guide toward our common goal: freedom -- Debbie Brennan, Radical Women Organizer, Melbourne, Australia.
From Publishers Weekly
Since its founding in 1967, the grassroots organization Radical Women "has kept alive the militant spirit of feminist rebellion... by being audacious, multiracial, queer and straight, socialist feminist advocates for the overthrow of capitalism!" The Radical Women Manifesto: Socialist Feminist Theory, Program and Organizational Structure will resonate, these women believe, with the most outspoken second-wave feminists and provide younger activists with a how-to guide to running a bare-bones organization and working effectively on behalf of a variety of meaty and, in some cases, controversial issues, ranging from the availability of quality, affordable health care to the legalization of...