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    By Meghan Murphy

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    Artist: Feminist Current

    Title: Rahila Gupta on neoliberalism, identity politics, and fake feminism - rabble

    Year: 2014

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    Show Notes:

    In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Rahila Gupta about some of the most controversial debates happening currently in feminism and how identity politics and choice feminism have impacted feminist politics and discourse.

    Gupta has written for Open Democracy, The Guardian and New Humanist. She has published several books including: From Homebreakers to Jailbreakers: Southall Black Sisters, Provoked, and Enslaved: The New British Slavery, which explores the role of immigration controls in enslaving people with no formal status.



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