Hidden Struggles: Black Women's Activism and Black Masculinity in the Shadow of the Windrush

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1998 Number 10

Hidden Struggles: Black Women's Activism and Black Masculinity in the Shadow of the Windrush
Julia Sudbury, pages -

Abstract

Julia Sudbury looks at the complexity and the differences between the lives of black women and those of black men.

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Julia Sudbury (1998) Hidden Struggles: Black Women's Activism and Black Masculinity in the Shadow of the Windrush, Soundings, 1998(10), -

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