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Turbo Chicks: Talking Young Feminisms [Paperback]

Allyson Mitchell , Lisa Bryn Rundle , Lara Karaian
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June 13 2001 1894549066 978-1894549066 1
Energetic, reflective, often passionate, Turbo Chicks clearly and powerfully demonstrates that feminism has many valid interpretations and that young and older feminist alike are vital to keeping the movement dynamic.

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Allyson Mitchell is a writer, activist, film and video artist, and is also completing her doctorate in Women's Studies.

Lisa Rundle is a writer and freelance editor.

Lara Karaian is continuing her doctoral studies at York University, and is a writer and conference organizer on women's human rights issues.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Radical Reading for getting into feminism Jan. 9 2006
Format:Paperback
This was required reading in my Intro to Women's Studies class but I think it should be given at the high school level as well. I've been lending this to high school girls who don't neccessarily know about feminism but feel that there's something not so right about society & that their experiences as young women doesn't fall into the status quo that constantly reiterated in society. Plus one of the editors is super cool & fun & really involved in activism in Toronto & not just writes about it on a theoretical & abstract level. Get this book if you you want to read about fun feminism that's beyond the staunch 2nd wave.
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