Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Vintage Daily Princetonian feminism

By Chloe Angyal

OK, so 2001 isn't exactly "vintage."
But check out this 2001 Prince column by Julie Strauss, a WWS major, about the founding of Princeton's Organization of Women Leaders (OWL):
"Anyone who has studied the roots and history of the feminist movement, both within the United States and internationally, can tell you that the movement has always been characterized by division and disagreement. From voting rights to reproductive rights to the Equal Rights Amendment, women who self-identify as feminists have been on both sides of nearly every debate. Since 1920, there has never been a female voting bloc. Feminism at Princeton is no different."
Thanks to Matt for the tip!


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