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The negro question, the woman question, and the vital link: histories and institutions -- Lorraine Hansberry's existentialist routes to black internationalist feminism -- Rosalind on the black star line: Alice Childress, black minstrelsy, and Garveyite drag -- Rosa Guy, Haiti, and the hemispheric woman -- Audre Lorde revisited: nationalism and second-wave black feminism -- Reading Maya Angelou, reading black internationalist feminism today.
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'Black Internationalist Feminism' examines how African American women writers affiliated themselves with the post-World War II Black Communist Left and developed a distinct strand of feminism.
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