Women, Race, and Class

Women, Race, and Class A Powerful Study Of The Women S Movement In The U.S From Abolitionist Days To The Present That Demonstrates How It Has Always Been Hampered By The Racist And Classist Biases Of Its Leaders. LJ user gingersomething I really think this should be required reading for middle class white feminists struggling to comprehend intersectionality Although, judging from that first goodreads review, maybe some are just beyond reach. if you re ready to graduate from just holding intersectional complexity to doing justice along every axes of that intersection in due measure, then you should read these essays that is, if you haven t already i hate the shame that accompanies the canon when you re finally getting around to something that should be elemental maybe i should let go of the
An important work marking the intersections of class, race and genderand all the history behind people you ve vaguely looked up to because no one ever talks about the way they really felt about Black people So you can respect some of what they ve done, but Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B Anthony and Margaret Sanger are forever debarred from my cannon of heroes.In criticising the 14th and 15th amendments, Stanton and Anthony descended into a horrifying racism, and I believe Davis is right wh An important work marking the intersections of class, race and genderand all the history behind people you ve vaguely looked up to because no one ever talks about the way they really felt about Black people So you can respect some of what they ve done, but Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B Anthony and Margaret Sanger are forever debarred from my cannon of heroes.In criticising the 14th and 15th amendments, Stanton and Anthony descended into a horrifying racism, and I believe Davis is right when she writesGranted they felt they had as powerful a case for suffrage as Black men Yet in articulating their opposition with arguments invoking the privileges of whit
I may at some point take the time to write something better than this, but I also might not If I do, it will dojustice to this book than what I am currently offering If I do not, then this short little paragraph will have to do.Women, Race, and Class is a classic work It is old, but it is not dated It is essential reading in a way that the works of Ta Nehisi Coates are not though that is not to detract from how essential his works are as well Angela Davis is a visionary, an attenti I may at some point take the time to write something better than this, but I also might not If I do, it will dojustice to this book than what I am currently offering If I do not, then this short little paragraph will have to do.Women, Race, and Class is a classic work It is old, but it is not dated It is essential reading in a way that the works of Ta Nehisi Coates are not though that is not to detract from how essential his wo
I give this book 4.5 stars which rounds up to 5 I read this book for my Women in Politics class This book s central focus is intersectional feminism It highlights how gender, race, and class factor into inequality This book started off incredibly strong, bu
A book like absolutely no other, Absolutely no other Never there was and never there will ever be anyone like Angela Y Davis My personal hero, and everything I ever want to be. I adore this book It is one of those books that blew apart the white middle class way I was raised, and it made me a smarter and better person Her ideas are so powerful that they deserve to be read and reread. yo s que a mucha gente no le gusta que le digan que deben leer libros Muy bien En realidad no deben leerlo en todos los casos, pero creo que si son feministas o quieren ver el feminismo con una perspectiva de clase, este libro es una lectura pr cticamente obligada Por ah empiezo mi introducci n, el feminismo con perspectiva de clase El feminismo, en la mayor a de sus corrientes, es un movimiento interclasista, que ignora las diferencias de cla yo s que a mucha gente no le gusta que le digan que deben leer libros Muy bien En realidad no deben leerlo en todos los casos, pero creo que si son feministas o quieren ver el feminismo con una perspectiva de clase, este libro es una lectura pr cticamente obligada Por ah empiezo mi introducci n, el feminismo con perspectiva de clase El feminismo, en la mayor a de sus corrientes, es un movimiento interclasista, que ignora las diferencias de clase entre las mujeres aun a pesar de ello, muchas corrientes feministas han hecho grandes aportes a la teor a del movimiento Por ejemplo, el feminismo radical nombr al patriarcado y le dio el significado con el que lo conocemos ahora Sin embargo, el feminismo ha sido criticado muchas veces precisamente por ser un movimiento burgu s por ej
Angela Davis um daqueles mitos que eu admirava dist ncia e lia transversalmente, na obra de tantos que foram influenciados por ela Quando a Boitempo publicou a primeira tradu o brasileira de Mulheres, ra a e classe, no fim do ano passado, comprei de pronto o ebook, mas senti que precisava de tempo para me dedicar a ele adiei a leitura para as f rias.Tendo conclu do agora o ltimo ensaio do livro, s consigo pensar em como Mulheres, ra a e classe uma obra fundament
I loved this book I learned a lot from this book that I think I would not have learned otherwise She details the roles of Black women in the black community from slavery up through the modern era The role of black women as equals to their men in regards to work during the time of slavery which is contrasted with the role of free white women in society at the time Details of how class race lines affected black women are detailed as well, the things they endured what they would do I loved this book I learned a lot from this book that I t

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Women, Race, and Class
  • Angela Y. Davis
  • English
  • 09 June 2017
  • 0394713516