Women, race, & class

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Random House, 1981 - Law - 271 pages
An in-depth study of women and race explores the complex relationship between racism and sexism, analyzes the role of women and race, and traces the historical connection between sexism, racism, and class consciousness

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Contents

STANDARDS FOR A
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THE ANTISLAVERY MOVEMENT AND THE BIRTH
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CLASS AND RACE IN THE EARLY WOMENS RIGHTS
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Davis studied at Brandeis University and at Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany. She lives in California and teaches Black Philosophy and Aesthetics as well as courses in women's studies.