Hood Feminism: Notes from the Women White Feminists Forgot (Hardback)Mikki Kendall (author)
A bold, brave and insightful book about how the multiplicity of twenty-first century narratives intersect and conflict, Hood Feminism argues that feminism is in danger of losing its way if it does not embrace wider issues of race, gender and class. Deploying provocative arguments and reaching controversial, fiercely argued conclusions, Kendall’s incendiary volume is an urgently needed modern manifesto.
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 412 g
Dimensions: 216 x 135 mm
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“A vital tool for dismantling ineffective feminism”
‘The fundamental problem with white feminism has always been that it refuses to admit that the primary goal is shifting power to white women and no one else.’
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I feel everyone needs to read this book, it’s very heart breaking but it’s the harsh reality of how life has been and still is.
“Feminism benefits everyone regardless of gender.”
Very insightful book and everyone should read it. Feminism can really improve your health, happiness and relationships. Feminism is for everyone and can really help you achieve your goals and dreams.
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