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Aint I a Woman A Groundbreaking Work Of Feminist History And Theory Analyzing The Complex Relations Between Various Forms Of Oppression Ain T I A Woman Examines The Impact Of Sexism On Black Women During Slavery, The Historic Devaluation Of Black Womanhood, Black Male Sexism, Racism Within The Recent Women S Movement, And Black Women S Involvement With Feminism.

bell hooks born Gloria Jean Watkins is an African American author, feminist, and social activist Her writing has focused on the interconnectivity of race, class, and gender and their ability to produce and perpetuate systems of oppression and domination She has published over thirty books and numerous scholarly and mainstream articles, appeared in several documentary films and participated in bell hooks born Gloria Jean Watkins is an African American author, feminist, and social activist Her writing has focused on the interconnectivity of race, class, and gender and their ability to produce and perpetuate systems of oppression and domination She has published over thirty books and numerous scholarly and mainstream articles, appeared in several documentary films and participated in various public lectures Primarily through a postmodern female perspective, she has addressed race, class, and gender in education, art, history, sexuality, mass media and feminism

!!> Read ➮ Aint I a Woman  ➲ Author bell hooks – 9tvuk.us
  • Paperback
  • 205 pages
  • Aint I a Woman
  • bell hooks
  • English
  • 09 March 2017
  • 089608129X

10 thoughts on “Aint I a Woman

  1. says:

    White male scholars who examined the black family by attempting to see in what ways it resembled the white family structure were confident that their data was not biased by their own personal prejudices against women assuming an active role in family decision making But it must be remembered that these white males were educated in an elite institutional world that excluded both black people and many white women, institutions that were both racist and sexist. Calling myself racist accomplishes White male scholars who examined the black family by attempting to see in what ways it resembled the white family structure were confident that their data was not biased by their own personal prejudices against women assuming an active role in family decision making But it must be remembered that these white males were educated in an elite institutional world that excluded both black people and many white women, institutions that were both racist and sexist. Calling myself racist accomplishes nothing Calling society racist accomplishes nothing Calling the world racist accomplishes nothing, and in fact solipsistically applies the framework of United States oppression theory to a vast spectra of bigotry, each impacting the other but never, ever, ...

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    It wasn t until I read this book did I finally start understand as to what it s truly like to exist as a black woman in our society I had always been a passionate and convicted feminist, as far back as Jr High really After outgrowing the boybands of the late 90 early 00 s, I moved on to metal, punk rock and emo music Riot Grrrl and the principles that came with it with was just the next natural step, so I came of age within the realm of white feminism Bell Hooks put into words every It wasn t until I read this book did I finally start understand as to what it s truly like to exist as a black woman in our society I had always been a passion...

  3. says:

    A very informative book

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    I am a little fledgling when it comes to intersectional feminism, so this was a great book for me to read It further explored and clarified certain arguments and points of view that I ve read listened about online It was published in 1987, so it s not completely up to date, but it is really an excellent book.bell hooks discusses black women and the sexism and racism they faced during slavery, and then continues discussing and exploring the sexism and racism that they face in contemporary times I am a little fledgling when it comes to intersectional feminism, so this was a great book for me to read It further explored and clarified certain arguments and points of view that I ve read listened about online It was published in 1987, so it s not completely up to date, but it is really an excellent book.bell hooks discusses black women and the sexism and racism they faced during slavery, and then continues discussing and exploring t...

  5. says:

    A while back I read an article in the Washington Post about the new domesticity among women But it only identified the lives of white women living in urban cities After that I read another article about how the sustainable food movement and bike to work movement often appeared white and for people of priveledge Later on a show called Girls made its debut on HBO and there was quite an uproar about class and race because there appeared to be so much left out from a show that was supposed to b A while back I read an article in the Washington Post about the new domesticity among women But it only identified the lives of white women living in urban cities After that I read anot...

  6. says:

    This was a great companion read to Audre Lorde s Sister Outsider Ain t I A Woman provides a comprehensive historical and social analysis of the ways black women have been marginalized by both white feminist movements and civil rights movements run by black men.hooks brings forward numerous examples of racist actions and statements by first and second wave feminists, such as white women suffragettes excluding black women ...

  7. says:

    I cannot stress enough how important this book is a molotov cocktail into the cultural necropolis that is America bell hooks wields her pen like a sledgehammer, dismantling the pillars of a sexist, racist, and classist society She illustrates how these three insidious ideologies oppress and privilege us in myriad ways, poisoning the possibility for genuine human interaction community and dehumanizing us all Some reviewers have criticized the book for not having footnotes, or for certain hist I cannot stress enough how important this book is a molotov cocktail into the cultural necropolis that is America bell hooks wields her pen like a sledgehammer, dismantling the pillars of a sexist, racist, and classist society She illustrates how these three insidious ideologies oppress and privilege us in myriad ways, poisoning the possibility for genuine human interaction community and dehumanizing us all Some reviewers have criticized the book for not having footnotes, or for certain historical inaccuracies or generali...

  8. says:

    Apr s l avoir lu, a me donne juste envie de renverser des tables Non, plus s rieusement, c est un livre frappant sur la place des femmes noires dans les mouvements sociaux aux tats Unis, place qui n est pas tr s glorieuse ni dans le cas des droits civiques ni celui du f minisme Important lire pour conna tre l histoire et prendre conscience du racisme d une certaine frange du f minisme malgr les bonnes paroles videmment, il a t crit en 1981 e...

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    My experience of enlightenment via ain t i a woman began before I even got my hands on the book At a bookstore in San Diego I asked an employee if they carried it, and she said, I like bell hooks She s sassy If her word choice wasn t the most appropriate introduction to the intersectionality specific to black females, then I don t know what is.Perhaps a better word for hooks is bold In ain t i a woman, she leaves no stone unturned, covering topics as touchy as why interracial relationshi My experience of enlightenment via ain t i a woman began before I even got my hands on the book At a bookstore in San Diego I asked an employee if they carried it, and she said, I like bell hooks She s sassy If her word choice wasn t the most appropriate introduction to the intersectionality specific to black females, then I don t know what is.Perhaps a better word for hooks is bold In ain t i a woman, she leaves no stone unturned, covering topics as touchy as why interracial relationships in which the woman is w...

  10. says:

    Life changing, thought provoking, inspiring, and hard to put down basically everything you could want in a book A highly recommended read for people of all races, genders, colors, abilities, and creeds You will learn so much from this book and genuine curiosity and desire for knowledge for the sake of learning will lead you to seek outknowledge about the topics discussed therein and, eventually, you will be better for it Let this book teach you some things you might be afraid to know, Life changing, thought provoking, inspiring, and hard to put down basically ev...

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