“Being On The Bottom”: Black Women and the Practice of Elevation

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3 comments on ““Being On The Bottom”: Black Women and the Practice of Elevation

  1. It would appear [intelligence] agrees with this premise. I don’t know if you’re aware of the role [intelligence] and Gloria Steinem in recruiting “black feminists” to break up grassroots organizations in the African American Community: http://www.whale.to/b/how7.html

    This isn’t a conspiracy theory. I met one of these “black feminist” agents in 1987 when she tried to split off all the female members of the support committee for Seattle’s African American Museum. The chair of the committee confronted her for being federal agent and she vanished in a puff of sudden, unprovoked rage.

  2. People still confuse white feminism with Black feminine power.

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