Gender Differences in Attitudes toward Black Feminism among African Americans
Evelyn M. Simien posits that black feminist consciousness arises from an understanding of intersecting patterns of discrimination. Using data from the 1993–1994 National Black Politics Study (NBPS), she develops and validates a measure of black feminist consciousness. Along the way, she considers whether the level of support for black feminist consciousness differs across gender.
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