After my first thread on this topic was deleted, I started another asking why.
Snow responded that it was because I’d quoted from a book which was a violation of TOS, and then closed the topic and moved it to Community Action or somewhere, despite the fact that my second attempt at the thread hadn’t quoted anything!
So I started this thread, pointing out that the book in question is public domain, and also that, legally, it’s okay to quote a paragraph or two from any work as long as you give a citation for it.
But since restarting the thread I haven’t had a chance to post anything more to it…
Elizabeth Cady Stanton did not want black peoples to get the right to vote if women couldn’t have it. She wasn’t willing to gain rights in baby steps, it was all or none. And black feminists were treated much as black bus riders, relegated to the back of the lines in marches.
Heard the term “white feminism”? Found out about it inna link to the Boston Globe, posted on another thread about a different topic.
Clicked on it. White & black feminists don’t even really support the same causes.
While white feminists are pushing for equal pay & more maternity leave, black feminists are more concerned with equal protection for minorities in police custody & seeing better schools in the inner city.
The topic of so called white feminism is an interesting one. As for the Women’s Bible, I’ll have to pass.