Women, Race, & Class
An in-depth study of women and race explores the complex relationship between racism and sexism, analyzes the role of women and race, and traces the historical connection between sexism, racism, and class consciousnessshow more
- Paperback | 271 pages
- 132.08 x 200.66 x 20.32mm | 272.15g
- 12 Feb 1983
- Random House USA Inc
- Ballantine Books Inc.
- New York, United States
- Vintage Books.
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