Why don’t Black Feminists (and Black women who are feminists) talk more about Black Breastfeeding?

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Of course this is a question that has been in my mind for a while. I’m interested in exploring this area more so I wanted to take an independent study on the topic. That morphed into me doing one on Black LGBTQ breastfeeding instead, for now because I know there are some conversations about Black […]

Book Review :: Black Feminist Archaeology

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BLACK FEMINIST ARCHAEOLOGY is written by Whitney Battle-Baptiste, PhD, historical archaeologist and associate professor of archaeology at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. This author, who is “interested in race, gender, and cultural landscapes,”shows that too often in mainstream archaeological theory, Black culture and the experiences of Black women and our families are overlooked and dismissed. […]