MY MAMA TOLD ME: Women Across Generations Talk about Advances, Setbacks, and Hopes for the Future



Companion to the Office for Equity and Diversity's Critical Conversations about Diversity and Social Justice series at the University of Minnesota. Co-sponsored by the University Libraries.

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Books

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Articles



Chiu, J. (2011, Slut walks turn tables. Herizons, 25, 11-11,13.

Detwiler, J. (2009, He's a stud, she's a slut and 49 other double standards every woman should know. Contemporary Sexuality, 43, 8-8.

Norman, B. (2006). The consciousness-raising document, feminist anthologies, and black women in sisterhood is powerful. Frontiers, 27(3), 38-64,158.

White, S. B. (2011). Women's rights. Feminist Collections, 32(2), 30-31.

Wolf, N. (1997, The making of a slut. Ms, 7, 44-48.