Anita Hill | The Power of Our Presence: African American Women Building Communities, Families, Ourselves Posted on July 23, 2009 by Kevin Alexander Gray Read the Post
Anita Hill speech at Simmons College on April 11, 2008, “The Power of Our Presence: African American Women Building Communities, Families, Ourselves,” focused both on the past by examining the racist and misogynist 1965 Moynihan report, and on the present by noting milestones achieved by black women since the report’s release.
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