Books - This may seem trite, but in this case, the existence of the object used to create this summary is a triumph in itself. Women's liberation and progress within human civilization, especially America is a main goal and process of this object.
University - Gender and racial integration practices that the author experienced at this place, which were supposed to help, often caused troubles that the author insists wasn't a personal experience in an all black atmosphere.
Interracial relationships - These are used both literally and as symbolism by the author. It does not matter which gender of which race, as issues relating to sexism are integral to women of all races.
The South - The book makes a generalized reference to this region of the United States. The author cites conditions in this region in a manner that may confront individuals from another region of...
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