Women, Race & Class

Women, Race & Class


by Angela Davis
Vintage Books, 1983
Paperback – 271 pages

(price includes p&h within Australia)


Angela Davis’ Women, Race & Class gives the best insight into the links between women’s issues, racism and the class struggle that I’ve ever read. It contains a fascinating historical background on slavery and the emancipation struggle of Black women in the US, Communist women and women’s rights. It is an extremely educational and interesting book recommended for all readers, regardless of gender.