Southern African Feminist Review

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However, in the past ten years or so African American female artists have done
much to challenge mis urban contemporary music as the latest in a "continuum of
struggle" that Black music presents, from the resistance in early spirituals to the
protests in rap music (collins 1991, 102). Just as the blues provided a voice for
Black women at the beginning of this century, urban contemporary music does
the same for Black women towards the end of this century. The middle years
have been ...

Safere

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However, in the past ten years or so African American female artists have done
much to challenge this urban contemporary music as the latest in a "continuum of
struggle" mat Black music presents, from the resistance in early spirituals to the
protests in rap music (collins 1991, 102). Just as the blues provided a voice for
Black women at the beginning of mis century, urban contemporary music does
the same for Black women towards the end of this century. The middle years
have been ...

New York Times Theater Reviews

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That's why Aviva Jane Carlin's performing much of her one-woman play stark
naked is such a big deal. ... Presented by the Women's Project and Productions,
Julia Miles, artistic director; Patricia Taylor, managing director; Playwrights
Horizons. ... Susan with the outstanding arrest warrant Of course, riding the eye of
this storm is unassuming, long-suffering mom, always ready with a hug and a
cookie and, to the surprise of no psychotherapist in the land, a nasty, ego-
swatting little gibe ...

The New York Times Theatre Reviews 1999 2000

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She has already quietly but forcefully made two important points about prejudice
and the world's capacity for overwhelming change. 1999 Mr 3, E10:3 THE
CHEMISTRY OF CHANGE By Marlane Meyer; directed by Lisa Peterson; sets by
Zhanna Gurvich and Christopher Barreca; costumes by Kath- erine Roth; lighting
by Kevin Adams; sound by Lara Grace Brown; production manager, Ken Allaire;
production stage manager. Bryan Scott Clark. Presented by the Women's Project
and ...

Shalom

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Her exceptional voice can never be stilled. Some worthwhile recent books:
Rachefle Linner's ... "A partly anti-Jewish attitude within the Church" weakened
Christian resistance to Nazi rule, j^^r^ — - —~ said the Bishops. Many Christians
followed the Nazi lead and ... NV 89127; (702) 646-4814. Women in the New
York City area may he interested in the activities sponsored by Ma'yan: The
Jewish Women's Project, whose Rabbinic Director is Rabbi Sue Levi Elwell. Ma'
yan, started last ...

Border Lines

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Learning to voice this rage, and thereby to begin to challenge the very fiction of
gendered splitting itself, becomes part of the struggle not only to disrupt femininity
as performance, but also to emphasize that "the surface of images is not all there
is to be read." What such surface ... At a time when memory-work is becoming
one of the most powerful political strategies of women's cultural production -
consider, for example, films like The Nasty Girl, Sheer Madness. The Company of
 ...

Women S Spaces Women S Visions

Author: Katwiwa Mule
Publisher: Gardners Books
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Politics, Poetics, and Resistance in African Women's Drama Katwiwa Mule.
examining a variety of particular confrontations of culture by particular people in
particular settings" (26). In this section, I argue that Liking projects aspects of
myth and oral history that represent the furthest point in past time in the collective
memory of the Bassa onto a contemporary political setting in order to challenge
the discourse of agency that fails to consider women as principal actors in social
change.