Hood Feminism: Note From the Women That a Movement Forgot
The feminist movement speaks on issues for women, but not all women. Mikki Kendall argues in her book that the feminist movement is for giving more privileges to the few, instead of providing support and priority to basic needs that all women need. Furthermore, the short-sightedness of the prominent leaders results in a lack of intersectionality between race, class, sexual orientation, and ability.
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