Alexis Isabel Moncada is an American feminist twitter activist from Florida. Besides being active in feminism, she also works with charities such as the National Children's Alliance among others.
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This groundbreaking book delves into the role of white women in the American slave economy. Author Stephanie E. Jones-Rogers shows that slave-owning women were savvy economic actors who directly benefited from the South's slave market. White women employed the same brutal management techniques as men and often refused to relinquish ownership of their slaves. By examining the lives of enslaved people and slave-owning women, Jones-Rogers presents a narrative that challenges conventional wisdom about the economics and social conventions of slaveholding America.
@TipRender I wish I knew about this book at the time!! Read it a couple of months ago and all nonblack women should read it – source
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This influential work by Paulo Freire tackles the topic of empowerment for oppressed communities, and has had a significant impact on people around the world. With an updated introduction and interviews from modern-day educational pioneers, this 50th anniversary edition continues to inspire and engage educators, students, and readers alike.
@dontkauf i’ve read it! great book, def worth a re-read – source
This book by bell hooks, a renowned cultural critic and feminist, examines our societal view of love as romance and offers a proactive ethic for a loveless society. With razor-sharp prose, hooks delves into her own search for emotional connection and offers a new path to love that is sacred, redemptive, and healing for individuals and society as a whole. All About Love is a powerful affirmation of hooks' status as a visionary who can change your life.
This riveting autobiography tells the story of a former Black Panther who was incarcerated for four years before being convicted of a crime she claims she did not commit. With wit and candor, Assata Shakur recounts her experiences and portrays the strengths, weaknesses, and eventual demise of revolutionaries at the hand of government officials. This book is a must-read for anyone interested in the history of Black nationalism in America.