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Is There a Place to Escape from Race?

And why should we even try

People talk crazy. I didn’t need a book for that fact. But Brittney Cooper, a Black Feminist scholar, tickled me with her definition of “talking crazy” in her book Eloquent Rage.

In her essay about being a Black Feminist “Capital B, Capital F, Brittney Cooper describes her first, in-person introduction to the feminist scholar…




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