"Then, as the world of publishing and marketing changed, it was not works by feminist black women and women of color that grew in shape and quantity. Instead, we became the subjects of writing by a new breed of young, educated white women who see themselves as the best spokespersons to tell the world about the reality of how women of color truly are and how they live their lives."

—bell hooks, Writing Beyond Race

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