Black women share what bell hooks taught them about feminism

"Tao Leigh Goffe, an assistant professor of literary theory and cultural history at Cornell University, said hooks’s writing served as “a portal” and a “lifeline.”

'I felt initiated into a world where Women of Color feminism and solidarity were central, not an afterthought,' she wrote in an email. 'Studying the words of bell hooks made it clear there is no way to critique patriarchy and capitalism without simultaneous racial analysis.'”

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