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This is a moment for the DNC to follow progressive organizers who are working to build an intersectional and inclusive movement. They should amplify the efforts of the people and ask how they can help. Public servants should, after all, seek to serve the public.
Hood feminism and complementary Black feminisms defy the destructively self-sacrificial demand for women to be nice to women that disrespect them in the name of contrived “unity.”
Monique Le is a Vietnamese American college student, artist, and social media enthusiast. Recently, Monique worked with Equality for HER to create 26 portraits of amazing people from the past and present for the upcoming March series: Femme and Women’s History Month.