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Pisando nos padrões estabelecidos pela sociedade 💛 #shesbeautifulwhenshesangry *essa já é da @clarissamachado

8M. Entre uma aula e outra, entre um descongestionante/anti-térmico e outro, a gente marcha. 💜 #8march #womensmarch #8demarço #EuParo #shesbeautifulwhenshesangry 💜. Foto de Dartanhan Baldez Figueiredo

It will take you "from the founding of NOW, with ladies in hats and gloves, to the emergence of more radical factions of women’s liberation; from intellectuals like Kate Millett to the street theatrics of W.I.T.C.H. (Women’s International Conspiracy from Hell)" — search for the last one on my feed. Also "(...) that story still resonates today for women who are facing new challenges around reproductive rights and sexual violence, as the film shows present—day activists creating their generation's own version of feminism." Very encouraging, for women and men! #shesbeautifulwhenshesangry

Just watched #shesbeautifulwhenshesangry Keep up the good work sisters ✊🏻✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿✊️✊🏼 #internationalwomensday

"We are America and we are here to stay. We march today for our families and our neighbors, for our future, and for the causes we claim, and for the causes that claim us. We march today for the moral core of this nation against which our new president is waging a war." #shesbeautifulwhenshesangry #womensmarchonwashington

I highly suggest this documentary! You will laugh and cry and laugh again #shesbeautifulwhenshesangry #womensrights #humanrights #inspire #womenempowerment


Such a great watch 🙌🏼 #shesbeautifulwhenshesangry #netflix

Ni el gym me detiene de ver un docu feminista. *el feminismo es erótico*
*el feminismo es revolucionario*

#feminista #feminist #docu #meraki #gym #film #revolucion #shesbeautifulwhenshesangry #60s #laoctavacabrita #laheredera #girlpower #fitness

Fran Beal
Fran Beal co-founded the Black Women’s Liberation Committee of SNCC (Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee) in 1968. This evolved into the Black Women’s Alliance and then the Third World Women’s Alliance. TWWA developed an analysis that incorporated race, class, gender and an international perspective. In 1969 Beal wrote one of the defining texts on Black Feminism, “Double Jeopardy: To Be Black and Female.” Beal insisted that black militant men were being ‘white’ and middle class when they enforced unequal gender roles and expected black women to be ‘breeders’ for the revolution.
Beal was an editor of TWWA's newspaper, Triple Jeopardy, and also edited The Black Woman’s Voice for the National Council of Negro Women. Beal’s feminist activism in the 1970s centered on abortion rights and sterilization abuse, defense of Angela Davis, and anti-Vietnam war efforts. Her subsequent writings have focused on women’s equality, racial and economic justice, and international solidarity. - @shesbeautifulwhenshesangry
#DailyFeminist #FranBeal #Activist #Activist #Writer #BlackWomensLiberationComittee #SNCC #BlackWomensAlliance #ThirdWorldWomensAllience #TWAA #TripleJepordy #WomensMovement #WomensLib #WomensLiberation #WomensMovement #Intersectionality #Feminism #ShesBeautifulWhenShesAngry

Writer/ Publisher/ Shameless Hussy
“I started the first feminist press in this wave of feminism in America. At that time, 94% of the books printed in the US were written by men. I called the press Shameless Hussy because my mother used that term for women she didn’t approve of, and no one approved of what I was doing.” - Alta @shesbeautifulwhenshesangry
#DailyFeminist #Alta #Activist #Activist #Writer #ShamelessHussy #Publisher #WomensMovement #WomensLib #WomensLiberation #WomensMovement #Intersectionality #Feminism #ShesBeautifulWhenShesAngry

Denise Oliver-Velez
Denise is a political activist and community organizer, was in the Civil Rights movement, women's movement, and AIDS activism movement, and was a member of both the Young Lords Party and the Black Panther Party in the late 1960s and early 1970s. She worked in community media and public broadcasting for many years, and was a co-founder and program director of Pacifica's first minority-controlled radio station, WPFW-FM, in Washington DC. She was the executive director of the Black Filmmaker Foundation. She has published ethnographic research as part of several HIV/AIDS intervention projects and is working on a book on the women of the Young Lords Party with co-author Iris Morales. @shesbeautifulwhenshesangry
Denise grew up speaking Yiddish in New York. She was part of the team that started first Black non-commerical radio station in the United States. She was Executive Director of the Black Filmmaker Foundation. She first Black program director of a public television station in the United States. At the present moment, Denise an editor and front page contributor at Black Kos.
#DailyFeminist #DeniseOliverVelez #Activist #Activism #YoungLords #BlackPanther #WomensMovement #WomensLib #Intersectionality #Feminism #ShesBeautifulWhenShesAngry

First doc watched from my solid Central @kclibrary score: She's Beautiful When She's Angry by Mary Dore and Nancy Kennedy. 📽 "...A provocative and rousing look at the birth and legacy of the women's liberation movement in the late 1960s..." ✊🏿✊🏻✊🏽 Found this jarring clip taken from the Cedar Rapids news in the documentary. 🚫 This film covered everything from the birth of the movement, what it meant to our women of color and lesbian sisters, the right to a safe abortion, our sexual liberation, the importance of community and getting radical. I recommend giving it a view! 💛

#shesbeautifulwhenshesangry #womensliberation #womensrights #beitintersectionalorbeitnothing #secondwavefeminism #feminism

Chude Pam Allen
Activist/ Poet
Chude Pamela Allen was an early organizer of the Women’s Liberation Movement, first in New York City and then in San Francisco, where she taught anti-racism workshops for women’s liberation groups and the YWCA. She is author of Free Space, A Perspective on the Small Group in Women’s Liberation, and wrote the chapter, “Woman Suffrage: Feminism and White Supremacy” in Reluctant Reformers: Racism and Social Reform Movements in the United States. In 1977 she became editor of Union WAGE, the newspaper of Union Women’s Alliance to Gain Equality. She wrote Jean Maddox: Labor Heroine and co-edited ORGANIZE! A Working Woman’s Handbook and Woman Controlled Conception. - @shesbeautifulwhenshesangry
From "To Be Twenty Again," by Chude Pam Allen

To be twenty again,
believing with such fervor,
sure of the way,
committed unto death if need be.
Willing to offer myself without reservation,
to share my talents and hopes
without equivocation.
To be twenty again,
believing change is possible
because I have changed,
believing barriers can be lifted,
distrust transcended
because I have known friendship
across the color line, deep friendship.
To be twenty again
and to know the power
of a social movement
that transforms its participants
as well as the world,
to know I've found a place, a way of life that allows love of God
and commitment to justice
to flourish side by side.
To fall in love again and again
with life and idealism as it manifests
first in one and then another
young man's eyes.
I lived so intensely,
believed so absolutely,
felt so acutely.
I had the energy to do so
and lacked the experience
to feel afraid or use caution.
I grew outside the bounds
of my white, middle class upbringing.
I grew outside the experience
of my professors at college.
There were times of connection
and transcendence,
times of anger
and fear of losing all we'd worked for.
There were times of trust
and times the trust shriveled
in the light of a sharp afternoon.
Oh, to be twenty again
and refuse compromise.
To believe justice is attainable.
That love will replace greed.
To believe people can live
and work in mutual respect for one another.

Just finished another #great #documentary on Netflix (yeah, I'm on #sickleave, what'd you think I was gon do) called She's Beautiful when She's Angry, and #wow! Never been so #happy to be #angry, so #proud to call myself a #feminist and so incredibly #thankful to all the amazing #women around the world who have and still are standing up for our collective right to excist on equal terms! #thankyou!!! 😍💖
Also thinking of #Pride and the movements that have made it possible for me to exist on my own terms!! #proudandthankful 😙❤

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