- woman + -ism (Wiktionary)
“But Walker's work has always been about the experiences and inner lives of black women – she coined the term "womanism" that describes a movement of black feminists who felt ignored by mainstream feminism.”
“Lindsay uses images and text to provide an image of Alice Walker, who originally coined the term womanism in her book In Search of Our Mother’s Gardens: Womanist Prose.”
“Black women who share feminist ideals but associate feminism with white women sometimes prefer to talk about "womanism,”
“Perhaps, feminists who diverge from conventional feminism and claim a more personal feminism, such as womanism, are content.”
“Then, this discussion of womanism had us reconsidering feminism.”
“While womanism at its heart is pro-woman, it is also about understanding the communal value of all people of color, reported by the Guardian.”
“A review of the literature informs me that post-structuralism, womanism, libertarianism, postmodernism, transnationalism, and queer, critical and post-colonial theory are all central to third wave ideology.”
“If feminism is routinely placed first it sets up womanism as a ridiculous offshoot.”
“I noticed that much of what womanism espouses and had to offer fit my worldview.”
“We continue to need womanism/feminism because this is the only social organization that asserts female agency and rights.”
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