Arise Ye Mighty People!: Gender, Class, and Race in Popular Struggles
Terisa E. Turner, Bryan J. Ferguson
Africa World Press, 1994 - Social Science - 273 pages
Arise! Ye Mighty People! witnesses the continuous resistance to the multiple oppressions leveled against women and men of color, throughout the world.
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