Room 001.10 Feminist Vindications

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Second-wave feminism became consolidated across much of Europe and English-speaking countries in the 1960s, together with women’s liberation movements. Spain, however, would have to wait until the death of Franco. The political and social climate that developed with the Transition fostered the awakening of the feminist struggle in a new generation of women, many of whom were previously linked to an anti-Franco militancy which was also made up of female artists, photographers, illustrators and writers.