Angela Yvonne Davis, was born on the 26th of January, 1944. Angela Davis
was born in Birmingham, Alabama, in the United States.
Published books by Angela Davis include "Abolition Democracy: Beyond
Prisons, Torture, and Empire" , "Women, Culture and Politics"
, "Women, Race and Class" and "Are Prisons Obsolete?"
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- We felt marginalized
in our movements for racial equality and likewise marginalized in movements
for gender equality.
- If white, middle-class
feminist movements tended to be racist, then many anti-racist efforts
tended to be masculinist.
- Racism is a much
more clandestine, much more hidden kind of phenomenon, but at the same
time it's perhaps far more terrible than it's ever been.
- There are so many
challenges facing us, challenges which require us to think in feminist,
anti-racist, anti-homophobic, anti-capitalist ways.
- I don't think
there is anyone in this country who has the right not to call herself
or himself an immigrant, except indigenous people.
- This is the most
complicated historical moment we have ever experienced.
- Young, emerging
activists, tend to romanticize the 60s. We must totally dismiss the
notion that radicalism is a uniquely 60s phenomena.
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