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

challenging emotional informative inspiring reflective fast-paced


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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