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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


Centering Black Women in your research into Black Feminist Activism means using the experiences and voices of Black women and femmes as the foundation to your intellectual journey. It prioritizes their leadership and perspectives, seeking to challenge and disrupt systems of power that perpetuate discrimination and inequality. This is done by accessing primary sources such as speeches, letters, and interviews from Black feminist activists themselves. These firsthand accounts can provide a deeper understanding of the movement.




Document of protest