EMERGING FEMINISMS, Disbanding with White Patriarchy, Embracing Ourselves Despite Our Differences

By J.T. Roane June Jordan, Alice Walker, Lucille Clifton, Audre Lorde At Phillis Wheatley Poetry Fest, 1979. The poison that is white patriarchy, has seduced all. It is like what Black feminist scholar Vivian Gordon called in a different context, sugar-coated arsenic. It may be sweet to many of us, but once swallowed it will…

via EMERGING FEMINISMS, Disbanding with White Patriarchy, Embracing Ourselves Despite Our Differences — The Feminist Wire

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