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Black Feminism Reimagined: After Intersectionality

Service95 Recommends Black Feminism by Jennifer Nash

Black Feminism Reimagined: After Intersectionality

Jennifer Nash

What Emma Dabiri Says: “The groundbreaking scholar on Black feminism’s engagement with intersectionality and how we might unlock Black feminist theory’s world-making possibilities.”

What They Say: “This book troubles the water of black feminism's various permutations. It asks tough questions and provides nuanced answers… Jennifer C. Nash is a key voice in black studies, and if we didn't know that before, we know it now” – Sharon Patricia Holland, author of The Erotic Life Of Racism

Available on Bookshop.org, Waterstones, Barnes & Noble and Amazon

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