A review by toffishay
Hood Feminism: Notes from the Women That a Movement Forgot, by Mikki Kendall

challenging emotional informative reflective medium-paced


Mikki Kendall is a really engaging writer. She makes these difficult topics more accessible by relating them to her experiences, those of people who she knows, and making the connections between seemingly isolated ideas. Everything is interconnected and by finding that tissue, we can better work to dismantle the systems that harm us. There are also powerful calls to action for white feminists who can be more in community with BIPOC women.

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