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Feminism Is

South Africans speak their truth

Jen Thorpe

ISBN:

9780795708275

Epub ISBN:

9780795708282

Publisher:

Kwela

Date Released:

February 2018

Price (incl. VAT):

R 270.00

Format:

Soft cover, 320pp


About this book:

Do you call yourself a feminist? What does this mean in your daily life? In this book, South African feminists explore their often vastly different experiences and perspectives in accessible and engaging voices. Feminism Is touches on issues as wide-ranging as motherhood, anger, sex, race, inclusions and exclusions, the noisy protest and the quiet struggle. It will challenge your thinking and inspire you to action, reaffirming the urgent necessity of feminism in South Africa today.

 

 

 

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