Pub Night Book Discussion: ‘Ain’t I a Woman’ by bell hooks

Chaucer's Pub
201 Carling Street

Friday, September 21, 2018
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

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“The process begins with the individual woman’s acceptance that American women, without exception, are socialized to be racist, classist and sexist, in varying degrees, and that labeling ourselves feminists does not change the fact that we must consciously work to rid ourselves of the legacy of negative socialization.”


Read ‘Ain’t I a Woman’ by bell hooks and come join us for a discussion about the book at the pub.

From the Wikipedia description:

hooks examines the effect of racism and sexism on black women, the civil rights movement, and feminist movements from suffrage to the 1970s. She argues that the convergence of sexism and racism during slavery contributed to black women having the lowest status and worst conditions of any group in American society.

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