andfor articles by Chris Good; Post-Feminist?

For those who prefer theoretical work that seeks to analyse aspects of women's lives in ways that are directly useful for individual or collective feminist practice, Black feminist and Eco-feminist writings are probably the most rewarding at the moment, in my opinion.

or for very important article on Third Wave Feminism

 for very important series of articles on Second Wave Feminism

for an article on Conservative Feminism

Black feminists called on white feminists to take differences and inequalities between women seriously, to recognise the impact of racism on Black women's lives and to challenge racism within the Women's Movement.

for Article "How the New Feminism went Wrong"

They also held retreats throughout the Northeast from 1977-1979 to help “institutionalize black feminism” and develop an “ideological separation from white feminism.”


Black Feminism in Britain essays

Additions 10/01/2012. I have not included any discussion of in this document . Howeverhere are two useful links to and articles which may help to get you started and you can then pursue the study ofConservative Feminism with your teachers. for a conservative critique of feminism.

Black Feminism and Post-Cyber Feminism

Some radical feminists have taken Black feminist criticism seriously and incorporated issues of racism, class oppresssion and imperialism into their analysis of patriarchy.

Tag: Black feminism - Re-reading the Second Wave

The Combahee River Collective, in particular on the impulse of Barbara Smith, would engage itself in various publications on feminism, showing that the position of Black women was specific and adding a new perspective to Women's studies, mainly written by White women.

Posts about Black feminism written by debuk

In the late 1970s, a number of socialist feminists tried to develop quite sophisticated theories that integrated Marxist and feminist analysis and we can describe this strand as Marxist-feminism.

Feminism 101: Universalism and Intersectionality – …

One of the foundation texts of black feminism is An Argument for Black Women’s Liberation as a Revolutionary Force, authored by Mary Ann Weathers and published in 1969 in Cell 16's radical feminist magazine No More Fun and Games: A Journal of Female Liberation.

The second wave of feminism in Britain, ..

Because of their intersectional position, black women were being systematically ignored by both movements: "All the Women are White, All the Blacks are Men but Some of Us are Brave", as titled a 1982 book by Gloria Hull, Patricia Bell Scott and Barbara Smith.

What is Black Feminism? – Blackmystory weblog

Clarke, Gloria Akasha Hull, and other female activists tied to the civil rights movement, Black Nationalism or the Black Panther Party established, as an off-shoot of the National Black Feminist Organization, the Combahee River Collective, a radical lesbian feminist group.