Common Differences: Conflicts in Black and White Feminist Perspectives
An unprecedented analysis of an alarming schism in the wome's movement: the differences between black and white women's perspectives, attitudes and concerns. It presents an overview of women's status through history and discusses the vital issues where common differences occur; sexuality, men and marriage, mothers and daughters, media images, and the direction of the movement itself.
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