EnglishSiobhan Molloy talks about challenging people’s stereotypes through anti-racism training.
Can you think of different ways of challenging racial and cultural stereotypes?
What do you think of Siobhan’s opinion that ‘if you haven’t examined your own society and looked at that you can't really be objective about other people’s societies either’?
- Siobhan Molloy discusses anti-racism training
- 5 - 6 December 2011
- Sound recording
- Sisterhood and After: The Women's Liberation Oral History Project
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- Race, place and nation
Although the Women’s Liberation Movement campaigned against racism, it was a white-dominated movement. Find out about the black feminists who set up accompanying groups and about the relationship between race and feminism in the 1970s.