War and Feminism

I do love it when I find support for my position among women a whole lot smarter than I am.
The war’s consequences on feminism and the international community were the focus of a panel discussion held at Cornell University on March 25.
The opening speaker addressed the positions of organizations such as Code Pink, which confronts “war as a women’s issue.” Code Pink claims that current ideologies of international politics are poisoned because they are “dominated by testosterone and a military which engenders a culture of aggression.”
[Pardon me, but wooo hooo. Wasn’t that what I was just recently saying??]
The five panelists were Prof. Marcia Greenberg, law; Jane Marie Law, the H. Stanley Krushen Professor of World Religions; Prof. Andrea Parrot, policy analysis and management; Prof. Anna Marie Smith, government and Christine Cuomo, Society for the Humanities postdoctoral fellow.

3 thoughts on “War and Feminism

  1. I was going to leave this on blog sisters’ comment box, but yaccs is down. Maybe it’s a good thing: I was going to say “Yay! Elaine wins a Mr. Goodbar!”
    I am SUCH a smart-ass…I really do need to be muzzled.
    BTW: I get the feeling yaccs is reaching its saturation point. Is there anyone who can research this to see if blog sisters might want to look for a back-up commenting system, just in case? I have heard of a few blogs’ boxes being blown out recently, is the reason I bring it up.
    I am so technically-challenged-phobic, this is not a good job for me to do for the website. But I am good at tatteling when the sky is falling.

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