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Africana womanism

Author: Clenora Hudson-Weems
Publisher: 1993.
Series: Relationship between black women and black men: healing the wounds in our community.; State of Black America.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English
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Hudson-Weems reclaims the black woman by defining Africana womanism as including African women across all national boundaries. She believes that Black women cannot embrace feminism because feminism deals primarily with White women's issues. She asserts that the Black priorities must be race, class, then gender.
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Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Clenora Hudson-Weems
OCLC Number: 63903741
Notes: Recorded in Ithaca, NY by Cornell University.
Sponsored by: Africana Studies and Research Center, Student Finance Commission, Black Students United, Simba Wachanga, Ujamaa Residential College, Minority Finance Commission, Undergraduate Admissions, RPU Council, Women's Studies Program, Ujamaa Faculty Fellows, Office of the Provost, COSEP Associates-Hotel Administration, Arts & Sciences, College of, Agriculture & Life Sciences, College of, Residence Life, Dept. of.
Speaker(s): Professor of English, University of Missouri at Columbia.
Event notes: Lecture, April 24, 1993.
Description: 1 sound cassette (78 min.) : analog, mono.
Series Title: Relationship between black women and black men: healing the wounds in our community.; State of Black America.

Abstract:

Hudson-Weems reclaims the black woman by defining Africana womanism as including African women across all national boundaries. She believes that Black women cannot embrace feminism because feminism deals primarily with White women's issues. She asserts that the Black priorities must be race, class, then gender.

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