Chicago author Mikki Kendall's latest book, Hood Feminism: Notes from the Women That a Movement Forgot, argues that basic needs—like access to food, safe shelter, health care and education—are a central (and yet oft-ignored) tenet of feminism. In this online event hosted by the Edgewater Branch Library and Friends of the Edgewater Library, she'll be joined by fellow writer Michi Trota to discuss that idea; listen in for insights on contemporary feminism, intersectionality and more.
Hood Feminism: Mikki Kendall and Michi Trota Talk Truth
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