By Sam

When we walk with our black sisters Bell Hooks , Audre Lorde , Malalai Joya, Nawal El- Saadawi to name but a few, we can further understand the social, political and cultural pasts to which we are collectively and subconsciously bound.

Many black women actively engaging in local and global communities, work endlessly as volunteers, in addition to their individual daily responsibilities, campaigning for positive change to eradicate multiple oppressions faced by black women.

As feminist activists we are out there, globally. Making the black feminist connection is part of the journey. Speaking out, sharing our stories, appreciating and celebrating achievements as black women, all play a crucial part to us as individuals and the women’s movement.


About Black Feminists Manchester

This is a group for women who are ‘black’ in the political sense. I.e: women who self- identify, originate or have ancestry from global majority populations (i.e. Africa, Asia, Middle East and Latin America) multi heritage and indigenous backgrounds.
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