SOURCE: NBC News
Along with cofounding Ms. Magazine, she was a leader in connecting women's liberation to social welfare policies, child services, and domestic violence.
SOURCE: The Nation
Writer Marian Jones gathers together the recollections of the participants in the 1977 efforts to define the relationship between struggles against sexism, racism and capitalist exploitation and reminds that the group's coinage of the term "identity politics" was meant to bring multiple groups together.
SOURCE: Ms. Magazine
by Keisha N. Blain
Smith co-founded the Combahee River Collective in 1974—best known for its groundbreaking Combahee River Collective Statement, which called attention to racism in the feminist movement and sexual oppression in the Black community.
SOURCE: Black Perspectives
July 26, 2019
A breakthrough book on black feminism across Europe.
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