The 39 Most Iconic Feminist Moments of 2014
In 1998, Time magazine declared feminism dead. Nearly 15 years later, it wondered if instead, perhaps feminism should be banned. Constantly on attack from all sides, feminism has spent the past few decades proving its importance and relevance over and over and over again. If there's one thing history has taught us, it's that the backlash against feminism will always be a measure of our success. That's the thing with progress — it is perceived as a threat by those too weak to embrace it. Indeed, it's clear 2014 was a historic one for feminism. 1. The Nobel Peace Prize is "not going to help in exams" Yousafzai joked to reporters after becoming the youngest person to win the award. 2. When the 13-year-old Davis led her team to the Little League World Series, it's safe to say she captivated the nation. 3. 4. Frustrated by what she saw as an unacceptable response from school officials to her alleged sexual assault, Columbia University student Emma Sulkowicz took matters into her own hands.
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• Histoire (discipline) : exclusion, théorisation, réhabilitation.