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Theorizing empowerment : Canadian perspectives on Black feminist thought

Author: Njoki Nathani Wane; Notisha Massaquoi
Publisher: Toronto [Ont.] : Inanna Publications and Education, ©2007.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Massaquoi, Notisha.
Theorizing Empowerment : Canadian Perspectives on Black Feminist Thought.
Toronto : Inanna Publications and Education Inc., ©2000
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Njoki Nathani Wane; Notisha Massaquoi
ISBN: 9781926708454 1926708458
OCLC Number: 760411824
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 314 pages)
Contents: Love equality freedom and revolushun / d'bi.young.anitafrika --
Future imaginings of Black feminist thought / Notisha Massaquoi --
African women's indigenous spirituality : bringing it all home / Njoki Nathani Wane and Erica Neegan --
Practicing African spirituality : insights from Zulu-Latifa, an African woman healer / Njoki Nathani Wane --
"We get troo --
" : Caribbean Canadian women's spirituality as a strategy of resistance / Yvonne Bobb-Smith --
An unsettled feminist discourse / Notisha Massaquoi --
Building sandcastles in the snow : meanings and misconceptions of the development of Black feminist theory in Canada / Jewel Amoah --
Black women, racing and gendering the Canadian nation / Charmaine Crawford --
African women and Canadian history : demanding our place in the curriculum / Njoki Nathani Wane --
"Third world women," "women of colour," and "minority women" : an African/Black feminist analysis of our identities / Roberta K. Timothy --
When race structures "beingness" : the experiences of African Canadian women in a place they call home / Bathseba Opini and Njoki Nathani Wane --
Race, language and la Francophonie : Black francophones caught between racism and linguicism / Amal Madibbo --
Censure and silence : sexual violence and women of the African diaspora / Llana James --
Feminist leadership and female genital mutilation in Canada : a community health centre's advocacy and FGM eradication efforts / Wangari Esther Tharao and Linda Cornwell --
Canadian Black feminist thought and scholar-activist praxis / Rai Reece --
Notes on feminism, racism and sisterhood / Charmaine C. Williams and Shirley Chau --
Canadian Black feminist thought : re-imagining new possibilities for empowerment / Njoki Nathani Wane.
Responsibility: edited by Notisha Massaquoi and Njoki N. Wane.
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