Rebroadcast from July 10,1998 Feminism in the Late 90's What does it mean to be a feminist these days? Are we in a post-feminist era, as some suggest, where the gains of 60's are taken for granted and young women feel free to be all that they can be, without having to worry about fighting for the right to vote, legal protection from sexual harassment, or legal equality in any instances. We are joined by GUEST: Letty Cottin Poebrin, a founding editor of MSmagazine, and author of several books, most recently, Getting over Getting Older. GUEST: Barbara Ramsby, professor of African American studies at the University of Illinois, Chicago. GUEST: Dolores Garai, writer for Shellac, XPO, Urb, and Bikini, organizer around CA propositions 187 and 289. GUEST: Joan Walsh, writer for Salon Magazine.
Is Feminism Dead?
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July 10, 1998
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October 7, 1998
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WPFW; Larry Bensky; October 7, 1998
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