Complex Everyday Realities: Women and Class

Complex Everyday Realities: Women and ClassAuthor: Hana Plant  |  PDF file size: 255 KB

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“I write this story to build connections between class struggle and feminism, so that the lives of working class women are illuminated, part of the political framework. … To me, the famed feminist saying ‘the personal is political’ is not so much about changing our own lives to change the world, but a theoretical framework that affirms the value of our stories and uses the patterns between them as a basis for solidarity…”