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Bell hooks Writing Styles in Feminism Is for Everybody: Passionate Politics

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The author of Feminism Is for Everybody is bell hooks who prefers to have her name written in all lower case letters. She is one of the first black female activists to join the feminist movement. Earlier black, female activists had been hesitant to address the racism that existed within the white activists who were the leaders of the movement. bell hooks is an expert on social injustice as it relates to sexism and racism.

Author bell hooks attended Stanford where she was able to voice her deeply-held feelings about feminism and its counterpart for women of color—racism. That bell hooks is an authority on feminism and black women's issues goes without saying. She has been one of the foremost voices and writers in the struggles of women—especially black women—since the 1970's. There could be no one more qualified to write a...

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