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Third Wave: Women's Rights and Music in the 1990s

Grade Level Grades 9-12
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(Warning: This lesson contains strong language and depictions of sexual violence. It is intended for upper high school and early college students, and teacher discresion is advised.)

In this lesson, students will identify the origins of Third Wave Feminism and explore the diversity of the movement’s demands, attitudes, and tactics by immersing themselves in three musical cultures from the 1990s: the Riot Grrrl punk rock scene exemplified by the band Bikini Kill, the female-fronted hip hop scene exemplified by Salt-N-Pepa, and the Tejano music sphere exemplified by Selena.

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June 22, 2022
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