Making use of an extensive and previously uncollected archive, Randolph demonstrates profound connections within the histories of the new left, civil rights, Black Power, and feminism, showing that black feminism was pivotal in shaping postwar U.S. liberation movements.
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A tour de force: thoroughly researched, well-written, and compelling. Randolph's analysis of the life of the flamboyant and fierce Flo Kennedy challenges many popular notions about both the Black Power and the women's movements.Barbara Ransby, author of Ella Baker and the Black Freedom Movement