Eternal Summer of the Black Feminist Mind

Session I: The Combahee River Collective Statement

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In 1977 the Combahee River Collective wrote a key black feminist manifesta groundbreaking in it’s assertion that the “major systems of oppression are interlocking.

Cosponsored by UBUNTU and BrokenBeautiful Press, the first session of the radical reading series: Eternal Summer of the Black Feminist Mind will feature the Combahee River Collective Statement.

Durham Massive: we will be meeting at Shirlette and Kai’s Place on Wednesday January 7th at 6:30 pm.

Download the statement here combahee…and we’ll see you there!

love,

lex

BrokenBeautiful Press

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2 thoughts on “Session I: The Combahee River Collective Statement

  1. Hi Lex! This sounds fascinating. Just curious are you going to the Black Women in the Academy Conference? Link below? I saw Durham and thought I would ask 🙂 http://www.unc.edu/iaar/Sites%20of%20Struggle/sos.htm

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