Johanna Brenner on Revolutionary Socialist Feminism for the 21st Century
Frann Michel reads from an article written by Johanna Brenner for the webzine of Solidarity-US. Brenner starts by arguing that "Socialist-feminists start where most feminists begin: the emancipation of women must come from women ourselves, but cannot be achieved by ourselves. From this starting point, socialist-feminists are especially interested in building inclusive movements organized by and for working class, indigenous, and rural women." She examines socialist feminist projects that not only help women, but strike back at the neoliberal re-ordering of social priorities away from care.
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- Length: 7:12 minutes (6.59 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)