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Title Sisterhood is global : the international women's movement anthology / compiled, edited, introduced, and with a new preface by Robin Morgan.
Imprint New York : Feminist Press, c1996.

Subject Feminism.
Women's rights.
Alt Name Morgan, Robin.
Description xxiii, 821 p. ; 24 cm.
Note Originally published: New York : Anchor Books/Doubleday, 1984.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 1558611606 (pbk.)
9781558611603 (pbk.)
OCLC # 35298631
Table of Contents
 Preface to The Feminist Press Edition 
 Prefatory Note and Methodology 
 Introduction: Planetary Feminism: The Politics of the 21st Century / Robin Morgan1
  The Silent Victims / Sima Wali41
  The Day-to-Day Struggle / Fatma Oussedik47
  The Fire Cannot Be Extinguished / Leonor Calvera54
  Women in a Warrior Society / Sara Dowse, Patricia Giles63
  Benevolent Despotism Versus the Contemporary Feminist Movement / Cheryl Benard, Edit Schlaffer72
  A Fertile but Ambiguous Feminist Terrain / Danda Prado80
  The Politics of Survival / Amanda Sebestyen94
  The Empowerment of Women / Greta Hofmann Nemiroff104
  The Dutch-Speaking Caribbean Islands: Fighting Until the End / Sonia M. Cuales114
  The English-Speaking Caribbean: A Journey in the Making / Peggy Antrobus, Lorna Gordon118
  The French-Speaking Caribbean: Haiti - A Vacation Paradise of Hell / Cacos La Gonaive126
  The Spanish-Speaking Caribbean: We Women Aren't Sheep / Magaly Pineda131
  Women of Smoke / Marjorie Agosin138
  Feudal Attitudes, Party Control, and Half the Sky / Xiao Lu151
  Fighting for the Right to Fight / Luz Helena Sanchez160
  Paradise Gained, Paradise Lost - The Price of "Integration" / La Silenciada169
  Letter from a Troubled Copenhagen Redstocking / Tinne Vammen181
  Needed - A Revolution in Attitude / Carola Borja190
  When a Woman Rebels / Nawal El Saadawi199
 El Salvador 
  "We Cannot Wait ..." Collective statement by the Association of Salvadorian Women210
  The Right to Be Oneself / Hilkka Pietila218
  Feminism - Alive, Well, and in Constant Danger / Simone de Beauvoir229
 Germany (East) 
  Witch Vilmma's Invention of Speech-Swallowing (A Parable) / Irmtraud Morgner242
 Germany (West) 
  Fragmented Selves (A Collage) / Renate Berger, Ingrid Kolb, Marielouise Janssen-Jurreit248
  To Be a Woman / Ama Ata Aidoo258
  A Village Sisterhood / Margaret Papandreou272
  Our Daily Bread / Stella Quan282
  The Nonexistence of "Women's Emancipation" / Suzanne Korosi289
  A Condition Across Caste and Class / Devaki Jain305
  Multiple Roles and Double Burdens / Titi Sumbung318
  A Future in the Past - The "Prerevolutionary" Women's Movement / Mahnaz Afkhami330
  Coping with the Womb and the Border / Nell McCafferty347
  Up the Down Escalator / Shulamit Aloni360
  A Mortified Thirst for Living / Paola Zaccaria370
  The Sun and the Shadow / Keiko Higuchi382
  Not Just Literacy, but Wisdom / Rose Adhiambo Arungu-Olende394
 Korea (South) 
  A Grandmother's Vision / Soon Chan Park404
  God's Will - and the Process of Socialization / Noura Al-Falah410
  The Harem Window / Rose Ghurayyib419
  The Wave of Consciousness Cannot Be Reversed / Farida Allaghi429
  Pioneers and Promoters of Women / Carmen Lugo441
  The Merchant's Daughter and the Son of the Sultan / Fatima Mernissi447
  Women as a Caste / Manjula Giri460
 The Netherlands 
  In the Unions, the Parties, the Streets, and the Bedrooms / Corrine Oudijk469
 New Zealand 
  Foreigners in Our Own Land / Ngahuia Te Awekotuku, Marilyn J. Waring480
  To My Companeras on the Planet Earth / Maria Lourdes Centeno de Zelaya490
  Not Spinning on the Axis of Maleness / 'Molara Ogundipe-Leslie498
  More Power to Women! / Berit As509
 The Pacific Islands 
  All It Requires Is Ourselves / Vanessa Griffen517
  Women - A Fractured Profile / Miriam Habib530
  Women and the Revolution / Fawzia Fawzia540
  "Not Even with a Rose Petal ..." / Ana Maria Portugal550
  "Let's Pull Down the Bastilles Before They Are Built" / Anna Titkow560
  Daring to Be Different / Maria de Lourdes Pintasilgo571
  The "Right" to Be Persecuted / Elena Chiriac580
 Saudi Arabia 
  An Emerging Social Force / Aisha Almana587
  Elegance Amid the Phallocracy / Marie-Angelique Savane593
 South Africa 
  Going Up the Mountain / Motlalepuia Chabaku611
  South Africa: A Bulletin from Within Anonymous white South African feminists618
  Women Are the Conscience of Our Country / Lidia Falcon626
 Sri Lanka 
  The Voice of Women / Hema Goonatilake637
  Women's Studies - and a New Village Stove / Amna Elsadik Badri650
  Similarity, Singularity, and Sisterhood / Rita Liljestrom661
  We Superwomen Must Allow the Men to Grow Up / Mallica Vajrathon671
 The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics 
  It's Time We Began with Ourselves / Tatyana Mamonova683
 The United Nations 
  "Good Grief, There Are Women Here!" / Claire de Hedervary692
 The United States 
  Honoring the Vision of "Changing Woman" / Rayna Green705
  For As Long As It Takes / Giovanna Merola R.716
  "The Braided Army" / Nguyen Thi Dinh728
  Neofeminism - and Its "Six Mortal Sins" / Rada Ivekovic, Slavenka Drakulic-Ilic734
  Feminist Progress - More Difficult Than Decolonization / Gwendoline Konie742
  It Can Only Be Handled by Women / Olivia N. Muchena752
AppendicesCross-Cultural Rebellion - A Sampling of Feminist Proverbs756
 A Woman's Creed813