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bell hooks Reignites a Writer's Feminist Identity

Sunday, October 19, 2014

"I felt like she'd been waiting out there, to help me make sense of my life," says Danielle Henderson about discovering hooks' work, in this excerpt from the book of essays "Icon." Suddenly being shut out for being a black woman made more sense.

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