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A letter written from Jo Ann Robinson to Mayor W.A. Gayle of Montgomery, Alabama, dated May 21, 1954

WPC President Jo Ann Robinson wrote to the mayor of Montgomery asking for fair treatment of Black people on public transportation.
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Women’s Political Council (WPC) President Jo Ann Robinson
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Social Studies
History
Social Justice Domain
July 18, 2022
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The Combahee River Collective Statement (1977)

A Black radical feminist organization of the 1970s, the Combahee River Collective outline their political ideology in their organization’s statement. They argue that race, gender and class oppression intersect to form new levels of inequalities experienced by Black women.
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The Combahee River Collective
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Social Studies
History
Social Justice Domain
July 18, 2022
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An Aesthetic of Blackness: Strange and Oppositional

This text by bell hooks shares her experiences involving her upbringing, space, culture, family and more in order to reflect about her identity, community and aesthetics of Blackness. hooks also emphasizes freeing the creative spirit, supporting artistic expression and acknowledging social hierarchies, the African diaspora and cultural production.
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bell hooks
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Social Studies
History
Social Justice Domain
July 18, 2022
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