|The Hungry Heart, A Woman's Fast for Justice
By Zoe Ann Nicholson
Released on August 26, 2004 - Women's Equality Day
Lune Soleil Press
"As a teacher of U.S. Women's History, if I had to choose one book about the struggle for the Equal Rights Amendment, The Hungry Heart would be that book. In fact, if I had to choose one book which captures the spirit of the women's movement of the late 1970's and 1980's, this would be it. Nicholson's account of the Women's Fast for Justice is the most compelling and profoundly accurate I have ever read about the transformative power of non violent action for social justice and the spiritual journey of one who travels that path"
Mary Lee Sargent
Professor Emerita, Parkland College and co-founder
of the Grass Roots Group of Second Class Citizens.
About Zoe Ann Nicholson
Zoe Ann Nicholson, founder of Lune Soleil Press, holds a B.A. in Theology, Quincy University, 1969 and a M.A. in Religion, USC, 1975. She has led a very diverse life, from teaching high school, building and operating a bookstore, to working in high tech. Her dedication to the advancement of women began with fasting for 37 days in Springfield, Illinois, demonstrating for the Equal Rights Amendment in 1982 and continues to the current day. She lives in Southern California.
You can read more about her life at www.onlinewithzoe.com.
Contact Zoe: firstname.lastname@example.org