by Rae Nudson
Appearance has been a double-edged sword for powerful women in history, enabling their achievements but also empowering their critics.
SOURCE: The Conversation
by Lynn M. Thomas
The politics of skin colour in South Africa have been importantly shaped by the history of white supremacy and institutions of racial slavery, colonialism, and segregation. My book examines that history.
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