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The Life and Death of a Radical Sisterhood

December 5, 2017 6:57 pm

By Joy Press for The Cut In the fall of 1967, a small gang of women began meeting regularly in cramped apartments across the Lower East Side. At the time, the Civil Rights Movement was shifting toward Black Power, while…

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Ibram Kendi, one of the nation’s leading scholars of racism, says education and love are not the answer

November 30, 2017 8:18 pm

By Lonnae O’Neal for the Undefeated It’s a Wednesday night at a bookstore in a well-off part of Washington, D.C., and every seat is taken. More than 100 people spill into the aisles or crowd the stacks past the philosophy…

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Why Intersectionality Can’t Wait

September 24, 2015 3:47 pm

Today, nearly three decades after I first put a name to the concept, the term seems to be everywhere. But if women and girls of color continue to be left in the shadows, something vital to the understanding of intersectionality…