By Karen J. Warren
"... presents readers with a much-needed cross-cultural and multidisciplinary viewpoint on ecofeminist activism and scholarship." ―Iris
"... a crucial contribution to the literature on ecological feminism." ―Ethics
"I imagine the original number of such a lot of various views may also help to push readers out in their disciplinary perspectives and paintings to carry thought and perform jointly in significant ways.... a great source for students and teachers..." ―Teaching Philosophy
Here the aptitude strengths and weaknesses of the starting to be ecofeminist circulation are significantly assessed by means of students in various educational disciplines and vocations, together with anthropology, biology, chemical engineering, schooling, political technological know-how, game and rest reports, sociology, and political organizing.
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See Dana Hughes, "What's Gotten into Our Children," published 1990 by Children Now, 10951 West Pico Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90064. Hamilton, "Women, Home, and Community," 42. Hughes, "What's Gotten into Our Children," 6. Olson and Seager, Women in the World, 114. Russell (New York: Pergamon Press, 1989), 13337. Making visible oppressive conceptual frameworks and the logic of domination which undergirds them, wherever and whenever they occur, is a central project of ecofeminist philosophy.
2930. 12. 11. This includes women I know on a social basis and women I have worked with through my rape crisis center, Women of All Red Nations (WARN), and other women's organizations. Women of All Red Nations Report, 1978. 113. 35. , NovemberDecember 1991. Christ, "Rethinking Technology and Nature," in Healing the Wounds. 44. Chrystos, "Shame On," Dream On (Vancouver: Press Gang Publishers, 1991), 100101. 50. 2 Women of color have been at the forefront of the struggle to bring attention to the issues that are devastating minority communities—issues such as hazardous waste disposal; exposure to toxins; occupational health and safety; lead poisoning, cancers, and other health issues; housing; pollution; and environmental contamination.
NovemberDecember 1991. Christ, "Rethinking Technology and Nature," in Healing the Wounds. 44. Chrystos, "Shame On," Dream On (Vancouver: Press Gang Publishers, 1991), 100101. 50. 2 Women of color have been at the forefront of the struggle to bring attention to the issues that are devastating minority communities—issues such as hazardous waste disposal; exposure to toxins; occupational health and safety; lead poisoning, cancers, and other health issues; housing; pollution; and environmental contamination.