2002
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-026x2002000100013 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Este artigo retoma o tema da diversidade no movimento de mulheres, a partir de uma reflexão sobre o envolvimento da Articulação de Mulheres Brasileiras (AMB) na III Conferência Mundial contra o Racismo. As condições que determinaram essa atuação são buscadas nos confrontos e negociações que marcaram as trajetórias da organização política das mulheres e do pensamento feminista no Brasil. Para as autoras, o debate sobre as condições específicas da subordinação, proposto pelas mulheres negras, abriu espaço para o… Show more

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“…As much as Caldwell's work on women's studies in Brazil resonates with my understanding of the situation in academia, as well as with criticisms I heard in activist circles in 1992 about the lack of inclusion of Afro-Brazilian women in the organization of Planeta Femea during the UN conference on the environment in Rio de Janeiro, it also seems that by 1995 change had begun to occur. Participation by women of African descent in the preparatory meetings for the UN Conference on Women in Beijing, sometimes in key leadership roles, facilitated the incorporation of their race-based analysis into the discussion (Ribeiro, 1995;Oliveira and Sant'Anna, 2002). Change seems to have come earlier in social movements than in academic circles, probably because social movements are more fluid and do not require academia's long process of recruitment and training.…”
Section: Interlocking Race and Gender Hierarchies And The Dynamics Of Knowledge Productionmentioning