bell hooks, feminist and cultural critic, dead at 69Breaking News
tags: racism, feminism, womens history, Critical Theory
bell hooks, the feminist and cultural thinker known for such books as "Ain't I A Woman," died on Wednesday at 69.
Host Lisa Mullins speaks with Min Jin Lee, award-winning author and former student of hooks, about the legacy hooks leaves behind.
This segment aired on December 16, 2021.
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