18 UCLA Women's L.J. 131 (2010-2012)
Social Justice Feminism

handle is hein.journals/uclawo18 and id is 133 raw text is: SOCIAL JUSTICE FEMINISM
Kristin Kalsem and Verna L. Williams*
I. INTRODUCTION................................. 132
II. WORDS AND THE MEANINGS THEY CARRY: WHAT
Is SOCIAL JUSTICE FEMINISM? .................... 139
A .  Keywords  ......................................  139
B .  Fem inism  ......................................  140
1. Feminist Movements in the Early
Twentieth Century ....................... 141
2. Feminist Movements in the 1970s and
B eyond  ....................................  145
C.  Social Justice...................................  147
D. Social Justice Feminism .................... 151
1. Social Justice Feminists in the Early
Twentieth Century ....................... 151
2. Social Justice Feminism and Feminist Legal
Theory................................. 156
III. THE NATIONAL WOMEN'S CONFERENCE: THE
SPIRIT OF SOCIAL JUSTICE FEMINISM .............. 161
A .  The  Event Itself  ................................  162
1. How It Came About....................... 162
2. The National Plan of Action: Issues and
Process ................................. 163
B. Sowing the Seeds of Social Justice Feminism ... 164
1. Productive: Thinking Creatively; Thinking
Big..........        ....................... 165
* Professors of Law, University of Cincinnati College of Law. Copyright @
2010 by Kristin Kalsem and Verna L. Williams. We would like to thank Professors
Deborah Brake, Martha Chamallas, Emily Houh, John McGuire, Kathryn Kish
Sklar, and participants in faculty workshops at Villanova School of Law and the
University of Cincinnati. We also would like to thank our law librarian James Hart
and our research assistants Lara Pierce, Jason Swartz, Rebecca Waesch, and Andrea
Yang. The research for this Article was supported by grants from the Harold C.
Schott Foundation.

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