Recent endorsements of Hillary Clinton by Madeleine Albright and Gloria Steinem brought into focus a long-standing division between powerful, privileged white women’s feminism and intersectional feminism, with its focus on the necessity of analyzing overlapping and intersecting systems of oppression. Nada Elia writes that Palestine stands at the fault line between these two understandings: Global feminist solidarity is necessarily an anti-colonial, intersectional practice, rather than a diamond-bejeweled white fist raised towards a glass ceiling which prevents privileged women from achieving the presidency of the world’s largest hypermilitarized imperial power.
This is the last in this series of 2015 interviews with philosophers on race. This week’s conversation is with the scholar, critic and public intellectual bell hooks, who is currently the distinguished professor in residence of Appalachian studies at Berea College. She is the author of many books, including “Writing Beyond Race: Living Theory and Practice” — George Yancy
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