eBook Anne Firth Murray ☆ From Outrage to Courage The Unjust and Unhealthy Situation ☆

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10 thoughts on “From Outrage to Courage The Unjust and Unhealthy Situation of Women in Poor Countries and What They Are Doing About It

  1. says:

    Read this for an online class about global women's health taught by the author A comprehensive introduction to the health issues women around the world face each day Eye opening


  2. says:

    Amazing and heartbreaking This book details all of the insane and horrific monstrosities being perpetrated internationally upon women from child prostitution to genital mutilation to poverty and starvation The most amazing thing though is that the book is peppered throughout with profiles of these incredible women's groups that are coming together in the worst conditions in the worst countries to try to make their lives and the lives of others better It's devastating and intensely hopeful


  3. says:

    I cannot say enough good things about this book I had to read it for an online course taught by the author at Stanford University and it's been a life changing paradigm shifting read for me It's THAT kind of bookMurray is a woman of tremendous knowledge and compassion who's channeled decades of experience and research into her hard hitting work I loved how the chapters focused on each period of a woman's life from childhood to adolescence to maternity and finally to old age Each chapter also ends with the names and descriptions of organizations around the world that deal with the pertinent problems and issues The author keeps the thread of the book running seamlessly forcing the reader to rethink all their previous notions of gender sexuality privilege and feminism I now understand much about feminism; what it means what it entails and why it's so desperately needed The only thing I wish I could change about this book would be to incorporate anecdotes and personal stories although they broke my heart because the gamut of statistics made the book a rather slow read for me However this is a book that everyone needs to read particularly if they identify as a feminist because the things you don't know about women around the world will shock humble and ultimately awe you


  4. says:

    It's like she thought of every critiue I could make about a feminist book and addressed it in exactly the right way


  5. says:

    I took many notes while reading this book It has opened my eyes to the atrocities occurring in our world against women It has also made me realize and begin to uestion my own values and others' values of my worth as a women in our society Murray has painted a very vivid picture – to provide assistance where help is needed and in turn teach courage strength and most of all self worth We have differences and we are uniue Yet we share common experiences dreams and expectations We need to honor and respect each other for all of these ualities And most of all we need to remember that we are all human We have come a long way but there is still a long road to travel for the freedoms of euality in humanity


  6. says:

    Definitely not as compelling of a read as 'Half the Sky' given that it's statistic laden and academic in voice it took me 8 months to get through it But I was particularly struck by the profiles provided on grass roots groups of women who are standing up and making changes in their own countries and cultures That recognition of self worth is powerful stuff Seen within a worldwide and throughout time perspective I am baffled by how lucky I am for my circumstances and knowledge


  7. says:

    There were a lot of really heartbreaking pieces in this book about the plight of women around the world backed up with some pretty serious statistics That being said it was not as compelling for me as Half the Sky not even close it took me about 6 months to finish this bookwell 2 weeks on and then 5 months off and then another 10 days or so


  8. says:

    Read it as part of the free online course on Coursera International Women's Health and Human Rights Opened my mind up to some of the overlooked issues facing women and overall a thoughtful calm read while tackling tough topics


  9. says:

    Not the most fun stuff to learn about Nevertheless it is important information about the plight of many or most of the women in the world


  10. says:

    I read this textbook as part of the course of Stanford University International Women's Health and Human Rights Eye opening book that can educate you about the following topics sex selective abortion connected to a deadly preference to have sons in India China etc denial of access to education for girls early marriages early pregnancies female genital mutilation female face of HIVAIDS in Africa reproductive rights violence against women rape pandemic effects of war on women and mass rape as a form of genocide employment discrimination sex work and sex trafficking and feminisation of aging It is simply impossible not to become a feminist after finishing this book