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(I listened to the audiobook version.)
There wery many observations, ideas, and suggestions in this book that I found helpful for my own mindset, even when they might not have been completely new to me. It is important to note that this book does require you to be familiar with feminism, otherwise it is not as accessible. This is due to the fact that Kendall directs her words mainly to white mainstream feminists. I think anyone who considers themself a feminist should look into the ideas of this work and reflect upon them.

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This book was one of the most eye-opening lenses into feminism I've read. The information was presented succinctly without being overwhelming, but definitely provides pages and pages of evidence, statistics, and historical facts to illustrate the need for intersectional feminism that centers Black women in particular, and communities of color in general. A great reference book, and a great intro into the huge topic of intersectional feminism and how feminism could and should pave the way to a better world. 

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