Who should be first? : feminists speak out on the 2008 presidential campaign /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Cole, Johnnetta B., Guy-Sheftall, Beverly
Format: eBook
Published: Albany, N.Y. : State University of New York Press, [2010]
Online Access:Connect to the full text of this electronic book
Table of Contents:
  • Feminists for peace and Barack Obama / Frances Anderson ... [et al.]
  • Feminists for Clinton / Christine Stansell
  • Stop the false race-gender divide / Ann Russo and Melissa Spatz
  • Morning in America: a letter from feminists on the election / Patricia J. Williams
  • Duel of historical guilts / Maureen Dowd
  • It's not as simple as white trumping black or man trumping woman / Patricia J. Williams
  • Sex versus race, again / Tracy A. Thomas
  • Obama and the sisters / Melissa Harris-Lacewell
  • Lest we forget: an open letter to my sisters who are brave / Alice Walker
  • Culture trumps politics and gender trumps race / Carol Moseley Braun
  • What would Shirley Chisholm say? / Mark Anthony Neal
  • Voting for the girl: some thoughts on sisterhood and citizenship / Pearl Cleage
  • The sisterhood split / Jessica Valenti
  • Hillary versus the patriarchy / Erica Jong
  • Hillary is white / Zillah Eisenstein
  • Your whiteness is showing / Tim Wise
  • Black and for Hillary / Tara Roberts
  • Why I support Obama / Andrea Guerrero
  • Daughters of the south, rise up: on generation, gender, and race in the 200.8 Democratic election / Cassie Premo Steele
  • Generation Y refuses race-gender dichotomy / Courtney E. Martin
  • Why I'm supporting Barack Obama / Katha Pollitt
  • The Obama feminists: why young women are supporting Obama / Ariel Garfinkel
  • Yo mamma / Linda Hirshman
  • Feminists must heal the wounds of racism / Aishah Shahidah Simmons
  • Crises of representation: hate messages in campaign 2008 commercial paraphernalia / Jane Caputi
  • Goodbye to all that #2 / Robin Morgan
  • Race to the bottom / Betsy Reed
  • Intersectionality: race and gender in the 2008 presidential nomination campaign / Dianne M. Pinderhughes
  • Does race trump gender?: Black women negotiating their spaces of intersection in the 2008 presidential campaign / Cynthia Neal Spence
  • The generation gap: graduate students and democratic primaries spring 2008 / A. Lynn Bolles
  • Michelle Obama on my mind / Arica L. Coleman
  • Why we need to stop obsessing over Obama / Andrea Smith
  • Learning from a year of hope and hard choices / Gloria Steinem
  • Reading Obama: collective responsibilities and the politics of tears / M. Jacqui Alexander, Gail Lewis, and Gloria Wekker