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Pages: Why I love librarians, part 658 [1]
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2011-02-08 17-33-41

Why I love librarians, part 658 This moved on an e-mail list I belong to. Cheers. The 2008 Amelia Bloomer List A project of the Feminist Task Force of the American Library Association's Social Responsibilities Round Table “There’s no doubt that women have made progress, but just because we get to vote and have the 'right' to work doesn’t mean things are peachy keen. Anyone who thinks women have 'won,' that all is well and good now, should ask why the president of Harvard can say that maybe women are naturally worse at math and then have people actually take him seriously. Or why a teacher can still get fired for being pregnant and unmarried.” Jessica Valenti, Full Frontal Feminism: A Young Woman’s Guide to Why Feminism Matters, p.9. In 2007, the United States recognized the 30th anniversary of the National Women’s Conference, a celebration of women’s history and a for women to create the future. In addition, we saw the 35th anniversaries of Roe v. Wade and Title IX, and followed closely the Presidential candidacy of a woman. At the same time, restrictions on women’s reproductive rights grew into a fight not about women’s rights but about pharmacists’ religious beliefs. Women still earned 77 cents for every dollar paid to men, and the high school drop out rate for American girls was at an all-time high. Politicians chose to spend billions of dollars subjugating foreign governments while starving social welfare programs at home. Feminism, a belief once woven tightly into the fabric of our “progressive” society, is unraveling at the hands of social and political conservatives. It is in this environment that the 2008 Amelia Bloomer Project honors the authors, illustrators, editors, and publishers who give life to books that encourage readers young and old to push the envelope and challenge what it means to be a woman, regardless of ethnicity or social-economic background. [snip] The list is posted here:
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