Mikki Kendall argued that the modern feminist movement is excluding some women, especially women of color. This virtual program was hosted by Charis Books in Decatur, Georgia.
People in this video
- Mikki Kendall Author
Dartricia Rollins Assistant Director Charis Circle-> Fundraising and Administration
Jalessah Jackson Director Feminist Women's Health Center (Atlanta)
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