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Intentional BlackLove: Space Making, Visionary Solidarity, and Black Feminisms Movement Building

Angelique V. Nixon ()
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Angelique V. Nixon: The University of the West Indies

Development, 2020, vol. 63, issue 1, 79-82

Abstract: Abstract This article shares the highlights and successes of the Black Feminisms Forum and explains the necessity of Black space, Black women’s spaces and Black queer space (even within multi-ethnic and women of colour spaces), as well as visionary solidarity that was co-created and intentionally focused on BlackLove. It also discusses the Black Feminisms Forum as a continuous movementbuilding process for Black feminists activists, artists, community workers and agitators.

Keywords: Black feminisms; Black women; Diaspora; Feminist futures; AWID (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020
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