By Mary P. Sheridan-rabideau
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Unlike Gina’s “click” moment, Aimee was like others in her thirdwave cohort, growing up with feminist accomplishments paradoxically infused and lacking throughout her childhood. On the one hand, Aimee remembers a Chicagoland home where the work was evenly distributed and both her mother and father actively encouraged each of their four middle-class Caucasian daughters to believe they could do whatever they set their minds to do. This support continued as Aimee’s sisters and mother participated in key GirlZone events.
1 Timeline of Key GirlZone Events Season GirlZone Activity Fall 1996 Community women discuss the lack of representation of women and their feelings of continued discrimination against women. Aimee and Gina decide to found GirlZone. GirlZone offers its first workshops. Aimee writes the first grant to Girls’ Best Friend Foundation. GirlZone sponsors a RadioGirl workshop that eventually (1998) turns into a five-year biweekly radio program by and for girls. I start researching at GirlZone. Spring 1997 Fall 1997 Winter 1997–1998 Summer 1999 Fall 1999 Summer 2000 Spring 2001 Winter 2002–2003 Fall 2003 Gina leaves GirlZone and Aimee becomes the sole organizer.
GrrrlFest Auto Mechanic Workshop. Note: Permission courtesy of Aimee, co-founder of GirlZone. Fig. 2. Off-air RadioGirl Workshop. Note: Reprinted from The NewsGazette (February 11, 1999) B—8. Photograph by Melissa Merdi. Building a Youthquake GirlZone Girl Zine Winter 2000 GIRLZONE GirlZine Winter 2000–2001 21 Page 1 of 12 Special Web Edition Volume 1, Number 2 active girls rock The GirlZone GirlZine is a biannual publication that highlights the current events and thoughts of GirlZone along with the creative talents of local girls.
Girls, Feminism, and Grassroots Literacies: Activism in the Girlzone (S U N Y Series in Feminist Criticism and Theory) by Mary P. Sheridan-rabideau