24 Theses for a New Women's Movement & 12 Theses for a Nonviolent Earth

24 Theses for a New Women's Movement & 12 Theses for a Nonviolent Earth

Author(s) & Contributor(s)
Dieter Duhm
Sabine Lichtenfels
Publication Year
1996
Geographic Location
Tucson, AZ
Language
English
Number of Pages
23
Physical Description
half-page, text
Summary
Subtitle: Creating a Culture of Partnership among Women, Men, and the Earth. Covers briefly many different subjects, including religion, birth control, children, animals, love, dreaming, and ecology. "Dieter Duhm and Sabine Lichtenfels were active members of Germany's New Left student movement in the 1960s and early 1970s. In time, they grew disenchanted with demonstrating against the multitudinous forms of oppression and decided, instead, to create a "positive alternative."