By Karen J. Warren
"... presents readers with a much-needed cross-cultural and multidisciplinary viewpoint on ecofeminist activism and scholarship." ―Iris
"... a crucial contribution to the literature on ecological feminism." ―Ethics
"I imagine the original choice of such a lot of various views might help to push readers out in their disciplinary perspectives and paintings to carry concept and perform jointly in significant ways.... a good source for students and teachers..." ―Teaching Philosophy
Here the capability strengths and weaknesses of the growing to be ecofeminist flow are significantly assessed by means of students in a number of educational disciplines and vocations, together with anthropology, biology, chemical engineering, schooling, political technology, activity and rest stories, sociology, and political organizing.
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I think the reason thinkers such as Eisler claim that Native people were in fact savage and disrespectful to the environment is to suggest that Native people are not ''innocent" victims of genocide, and consequently white people do not have to feel quite so guilty about the privileges they currently enjoy on the backs of Native people. 318. 40. Ward Churchill, Marxism and Native Americans (Boston: South End Press, 1983). 242. 261328. 1. 17. 15. S. In effect, tribal governments are similar to colonial governments in the Third World.
In the efforts to stabilize our population, we are constantly subjected to unsafe drug testing or forced sterilization. No longterm studies on the effects had been conducted. 40 I also know that many women who go into Indian health services for contraceptive counseling are often given DepoProvera or Norplant without being told what they are or even told that other forms of contraception exist. When I asked members of the Sierra Club's subcommittee on population control if they thought this issue could give rise to increasing forced sterilization, they informed me that sterilization abuse does not exist.
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