In April 1977, members of the black feminist Combahee River Collective-named after Harriet Tubman's 1863 raid in South Carolina to lead more than 70
In April 1977, members of the black feminist Combahee River Collective-named after Harriet Tubman’s 1863 raid in South Carolina to lead more than 700 enslaved people to freedom-published a document called the Combahee River Collective Statement. In this document, they made a case for understanding how racism, sexism, class oppression, and homophobia are all connected, writing,…
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