Table of contents for The fire this time : young activists and the new feminism / edited by Vivien Labaton and Dawn Lundy Martin ; foreword by Rebecca Walker ; coda by Wilma Mankiller.


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Foreword: We Are Using This Power to Resist
REBECCA WALKER
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Introduction: Making What Will Become
VIVIEN LABATON AND DAWN LUNDY MARTIN

PART I CHANGING MINDS AND EYES: MEDIA AND CULTURE

Claiming Jezebel: Black Female Subjectivity and Sexual Expression in Hip-Hop
AYANA BYRD

An Independent Media Center of One’s Own: A Feminist Alternative to Corporate Media
JOSHUA BREITBART AND ANA NOGUEIRA

Cut-and-Paste Revolution: Notes from the Girl Zine Explosion
JENNIFER BLEYER

Can You Rock It Like This? Theater for a New Century
HOLLY BASS

The New Girls Network: Women, Technology, and Feminism
SHIREEN LEE

PART II NEW ACTIVISM IN THE GLOBAL CITY

Exporting Violence: The School of the Americas, U.S. Intervention in Latin America, and Resistance
KATHRYN TEMPLE

Domestic Workers Organize in the Global City
AI-JEN POO AND ERIC TANG

A Baptism by Fire: Vieques, Puerto Rico
ELISHA MARÍA MIRANDA

When Transgendered People Sue and Win: Feminist Reflections on Strategy, Activism, and the Legal Process
ANNA KIRKLAND

Bearing the Blame: Gender, Immigration, Reproduction, and the Environment
SYD LINDSLEY

She Who Believes in Freedom: Young Women Defy the Prison Industrial Complex
ROBIN TEMPLETON

Afterword
Looking Ahead: Building a Feminist Future
VIVIEN LABATON AND DAWN LUNDY MARTIN

Coda
WILMA MANKILLER

Recommended Organizations
Notes
Acknowledgments


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Feminism.
Feminist theory.
Women political activists.