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Black Feminist Activism

Black Feminist Activism is rooted in the belief that achieving gender and racial justice requires an intersectional approach that recognizes the interplay of various forms of oppression. This research guide will help you navigate the basics of researching

Getting Started in Black Feminist Activism

Black Feminist Activism is a social and political movement that focuses on the intersection of race, gender, and class, and seeks to address the unique and often overlooked experiences and struggles of Black women and femmes. It emerged as a response to the limitations and exclusions of mainstream feminism, which often failed to fully acknowledge the specific challenges faced by Black women and other women of color.

Finding Journal Articles on Black Feminism

These databases contain scholarly articles and research papers on Black Feminist Activism from a number of different disciplinary perspectives, including Gender Studies, Women's Studies, Sociology, Philosophy, American Studies, History and Political Science.