Indigenous Women's Visions of an Inclusive Feminism

  title={Indigenous Women's Visions of an Inclusive Feminism},
  author={Myrna Cunningham},
Myrna Cunningham reflects on two experiences that motivated her to seek out Indigenous women who identify as feminists, who understand both the importance of feminism and the transformations that are needed within the international women's movement in order for feminism to live up to its potential as a political practice. 
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