Two of today’s leading feminist voices, Brittney Cooper (Eloquent Rage) and Rebecca Traister (Good and Mad), join Santilla Chingaipe for a timely and captivating discussion about the history, power and possibilities of women’s anger. They examine how structural realities around gender, race and class have divided women from each other and make a call to anger between allies. They also analyse the history of women mobilising in transformative political movements – from suffrage to civil rights – and the fault lines exposed more recently by #MeToo.
Supported by UNSW Arts & Social Sciences.
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