In part two of our discussion about women in the third wave, Joy tells us the story of Rebecca Walker, who coined the term “third wave” and was the daughter of Alice Walker, the author of “The Color Purple.” 

This mother/daughter duo produced feminist works that defined their generations, and yet the tension between them was awkward and palpable. In many ways, their story is the story of what feminist ideals does to mothers and daughters. Join us!

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