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

challenging informative reflective slow-paced


This should be required reading in schools. I believe it would provide a safe space for open discussions and hopefully assist with the divisiveness that plagues the United States. More importantly, however, I think all political representatives (from local to national) should read this to understand the issues, as well as their roots, in hopes for better policymaking. Mikki Kendall requires introspection on your beliefs and actions to determine whether you’re a bystander, ally, or accomplice. 

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