White feminism : from the suffragettes to influencers and who they leave behind / Koa Beck.
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|DuBois Public Library||305.42 BECK (Text)||61000100061189||Adult NonFiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781982134419
- ISBN: 1982134410
- ISBN: 9781982134426
- ISBN: 1982134429
- Physical Description: xx, 299 pages ; 24 cm
- Edition: First Atria books hardcover edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Atria Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, Inc., 2021.
- Copyright: ©2021
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references (pages  - 290) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Part I: The history of white feminism -- The making of a "feminist" -- Who gets to be a feminist? -- Separate but unequal: how "Feminism" officially became white -- Thinking as a collective -- Labor laws aim to help all genders -- The emergence of self -- The perennial shifting around of domestic work -- Leaning in vs. leaning on -- How heterosexism kept women in their place -- The future isn't female; it's gender fluid -- Part II: White feminism: when the movement went corporate -- When white feminism got "branded" -- The trouble with capitalism -- Muslim money and dyke poverty -- Performing feminism at a desk -- What the privilege disclaimer doesn't accomplish -- Part III: The winds of change -- A new era of feminism -- The first pillar of change: stop acknowledging privilege; fight for visibility instead -- The second pillar of change: fighting the systems that hold marginalized genders back -- The third pillar of change: hold women accountable for abuse -- Our collective future is in the way we view one another -- What we can change now.
"A timely and impassioned exploration of how our society has commodified feminism and continues to systemically shut out women of color--perfect for fans of White Fragility and Good and Mad"-- Provided by publisher.
Join the important conversation about race, empowerment, and inclusion in the United States with this powerful new feminist classic and rousing call for change. Koa Beck, writer and former editor-in-chief of Jezebel, boldly examines the history of feminism, from the true mission of the suffragettes 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 difficult and ongoing struggles for social change.
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