What The Health (WTH)?: Theorising Southern Black Feminisms in the US South

@article{Barlow2019WhatTH,
  title={What The Health (WTH)?: Theorising Southern Black Feminisms in the US South},
  author={Jameta Nicole Barlow and Gabrielle P. A. Smith},
  journal={Agenda},
  year={2019},
  volume={33},
  pages={19 - 33}
}
abstract The everyday lived experiences of Southern Black American women in the United States (US) are rarely explicitly characterised in Black Feminisms’ discourse. The lack of an active discourse surrounding the Southern Black women’s identity is a glaring weakness in the broader discussion of feminism (Rushing, 2009; 2017). From Black women who historically worked as day workers, cleaning the homes of white families while their families fended for themselves, to the contemporary phenomena of… 

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