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Published by Feminism and Nonviolence Studies Association in [Kansas City, Mo.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Abortion.,
  • Abortion -- Moral and ethical aspects -- United States.,
  • Feminism -- United States.,
  • Pro-life movement.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesPro-life feminism, Prolife feminism : yesterday & today
Statement[edited by] Mary Krane Derr, Rachel MacNair, Linda Naranjo-Huebl.
ContributionsDerr, Mary Krane., MacNair, Rachel., Naranjo-Huebl, Linda.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHQ767.5.U5 P77 2005
The Physical Object
Pagination474 p. :
Number of Pages474
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22769873M
ISBN 10141349577X, 1413495761

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This more inclusive, surprisingly old-but-new vision of reproductive choice is called prolife feminism. This book's original edition in offered brilliant essays on abortion and related social justice issues by the likes of suffragists Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton and .   Helen Alvaré writes that most people looking for pro-life feminists are looking in the wrong place -- in political parties or the media. But the voices and hopes for pro-life feminism live in. Get this from a library! Prolife feminism: yesterday & today. [Mary Krane Derr; Linda Naranjo-Huebl; Rachel MacNair;] -- "It is commonly believed that feminist theory is rooted in the advocacy of a woman's unconditional, moral and legal right to abortion. Drawing on a .   Early women’s rights advocates were prolife, not proabortion. Susan B. Anthony was a radical feminist in her day. Her newspaper, The Revolution, made this claim: “When a woman destroys the life of her unborn child, it is a sign that, by education or circumstances, she has been greatly wronged.” Another leading feminist, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, commented on abortion this way: “When .

Anti-abortion feminism or pro-life feminism is the opposition to abortion by some -abortion feminists may believe that the principles behind women's rights also call them to oppose abortion on right to life grounds and that abortion hurts women more than it benefits them.. The modern anti-abortion feminist movement cites precedent in the 19th century; the movement itself began to.   This more inclusive, surprisingly old-but-new vision of reproductive choice is called prolife feminism. This book's original edition in offered brilliant essays on abortion and related social justice issues by the likes of suffragists Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton and civil rights leader Fannie Lou : Xlibris US.   This more inclusive, surprisingly old-but-new vision of reproductive choice is called prolife feminism. This book's original edition in offered brilliant essays on abortion and related social justice issues by the likes of suffragists Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton and civil rights leader Fannie Lou : COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

  The growing numbers of “pro-life feminists” say they are attempting to broaden the antiabortion movement’s appeal to a younger generation that .   A Jezebel essay called "There's No Such Thing as a Pro-Life Feminist" does a good job of articulating how a lot of people feel about my position. "Sure, you can be a feminist and make a. The book is published by Feminism and Nonviolence Studies, Inc. (FNSA), a prolife organization dedicated to a radical feminist stance viewing abortion as parallel to social injustices such as war, child maltreatment, discrimination against minorities, and. Here's another book ProLife Feminism. The movement exists. Please get consensus before deleting (the content wasn't moved) all content in this article. Neitherday , 30 April (UTC) One of the authors of that book, Rachel MacNair, served as president of Feminists for Life for ten years.