In Hood Feminism: notes from the women white feminists forgot, Mikki Kendall provides a critique of mainstream feminism and advocates for a more intersectional feminist movement. This review examines Kendall's concept of Hood Feminism, and explores its usefulness for educators. This review recommends Hood Feminism for teaching undergraduate Sociology or Women & Gender Studies. Overall, this review positions Kendall's Hood Feminism as a necessary and generous book for anyone engaged in feminism.
"Kendall, Mikki. Hood Feminism: Notes from the women that a movement forgot.,"
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