Daughter of Feminism

Rebecca Walker, daughter of feminist author Alice Walker, writes about the impact her mother's radical feminism had on her life. It is interesting, not only for what it says, but for the credibility her family name gives to the author.

Lest we stereotype, let's be clear that not all who consider themselves feminists adhere to the more extreme ideology of the well-known gurus. Still, as second generation feminism comes of age, it is revelatory to see how those raised in its ideas approach it

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