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The Third Wave of the Women's movement / Barbara Ehrenreich.

Program Title:
The Third Wave of the Women's movement / Barbara Ehrenreich.
PRA Archive #: 
KZ1946
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Talk by Barbara Ehrenriech which calls for women coming of age in the 1990's to lead the next stage in the women's movement. Ehrenreich begins by tracing the work of women in the 1920's, the 60's-70's, and the latest surge of feminist activity. She goes on to dispell common misperceptions of feminists, and the need for the United States to vote more women into political office. She goes on to warn against the "Republican Right's" challange to reproductive rights, the need for men to be brought into the family unit, and the high rate of abuse of women in society. The use of women as cheap labor, Ehrenreich contends, is not an accident. The negative self-image suffered by women is apparent with bulemia and silicone implants, and the self-destruction of professional women. Ehrenreich concludes with the warning of feminist not to be "ladylike" in their activism.|THE THIRD WAVE OF THE WOMEN'S MOVEMENT / Barbara Ehrenreich. - Talk by Barbara Ehrenriech which calls for women coming of age in the 1990's to lead the next stage in the women's movement. Ehrenreich begins by tracing the work of women in the 1920's, the 60's-70's, and the latest surge of feminist activity. She goes on to dispell common misperceptions of feminists, and the need for the United States to vote more women into political office. She goes on to warn against the "Republican Right's" challange to reproductive rights, the need for men to be brought into the family unit, and the high rate of abuse of women in society. The use of women as cheap labor, Ehrenreich contends, is not an accident. The negative self-image suffered by women is apparent with bulemia and silicone implants, and the self-destruction of professional women. Ehrenreich concludes with the warning of feminist not to be "ladylike" in their activism. RECORDED: University of California, Irvine, 1992?

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Date Recorded on: 
University of California, Irvine, 1992?
Date Broadcast on: 
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Item duration: 
1 reel (52 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|52:00
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1992.
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