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  • Grace Gouvias

    'Ain't I a Woman?: Black Women and Feminism' by bell hooks | 33 Books That Every Badass Woman Should Read | Bustle. In Ain’t I a Woman, bell hooks argues that feminism is fought only from a white, privileged position, and allows black women to absorb the “seductive whore” stereotype formerly placed on all women. It is an important exploration of feminism from a non-white perspective, and one that is often overlooked. The book’s title is taken from a speech by antislavery speaker Sojourner Truth.

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