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Pink Hats and Ballots
An Ecofeminist Analysis of Women's Political Activism in the Age of Trump, Coronavirus, and Black Lives Matter1671
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Pink Hats and Ballots contributes to ecofeminist scholarship and provides an analysis of women's political activism in the age of Trump, COVID-19, and the Black Lives Matter movement in 2020. The book presents a socio-historical overview of ecofeminism and then explores the increase in political involvement of women beginning with the 2017 Women's March, following into the 2018 Midterm Elections, and ends with the 2020 election of the first Black female Vice-President, Kamala Harris. The core themes addressed in this book are as follows: ecofeminism, the women's movement, resistance and political action, and public leadership. In addition, the issues of social justice and environmental justice are addressed through an examination of the socio-political policies involving the denigration of women, the elimination of rights of the disenfranchised, and the exploitation of the environment. The major contribution of this book is in the application of current ecofeminism to the major social movements currently taking place in the United States. This book links current events to the extant ecofeminist literature and follows the path from anti-ecofeminist rhetoric and policy to resistance (the Women's March --the largest single-day protest in U.S. history) to active political participation.
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Lydia Rose is associate professor in the Department of Sociology at Kent State University. Teresa M. Bartoli is an independent scholar and activist. She holds a MA in speech communications from California State University, Fullerton.
Acknowledgments Introduction: Pink Hats and Ballots: Women's Increase in Political Participation and Activism Chapter 1: Shifting Ideologies and Ecofeminism Chapter 2: A Socio-Historical Overview of Ecofeminism Chapter 3: The Denigration of Women and Marginalized Groups Chapter 4: Environmental Justice and the Exploitation of the Environment Chapter 5: The Battle Cry: Resistance and a Surge in Women's Political Activism Chapter 6: Pernicious Political Tactics: COVID-19 and Voter Suppression Chapter 7: Police Brutality and the Black Lives Matter Movement Conclusion: Ecofeminist Healing Strategies: Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion References About the Authors Index