Witches : the transformative power of women working together
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Brooklyn : Melville House, [2020].
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Central - Adult New Nonfiction
305.4 GEORG
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Book
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278 pages ; 21 cm
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English
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9781612198347, 1612198341

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Covens. Girl Bands. Ballet troupes. Convents. In all times and places, girls and women have come together in communities of vocation, of necessity, of support. In Witches, Sam George-Allen explores how wherever women gather, magic happens. Female farmers change the way we grow our food. Online beauty communities democratize skin-care rituals. And more than any other demographic, it's teen girls that shape our culture. Patriarchal societies have long been content to champion boys' clubs, while viewing groups that exclude men as sites of rivalry and suspicion. This deeply personal investigation takes us from our workplaces to our social circles, surveying our heroes, our outcasts, and ourselves, in order to dismantle the persistent and pernicious cultural myth of female isolation and competition . . . once and for all. -- from Amazon.
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George-Allen, S. (2020). Witches: the transformative power of women working together. Brooklyn: Melville House.

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George-Allen, Sam. 2020. Witches: The Transformative Power of Women Working Together. Brooklyn: Melville House.

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George-Allen, Sam, Witches: The Transformative Power of Women Working Together. Brooklyn: Melville House, 2020.

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George-Allen, Sam. Witches: The Transformative Power of Women Working Together. Brooklyn: Melville House, 2020. Print.

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