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Collection Close-up: Black Feminist Politics from Kennedy to Trump
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From “black girl magic” to Black Lives Matter, the second decade of the 21st century is defined by black feminist politics. Black Feminist Politics from Kennedy to Trump is a definitive investigation of the mainstreaming of black feminist politics in the 21st century. Following on the success of Black Feminist Politics from Kennedy to Clinton and Black Feminist Politics from Kennedy to Obama, this volume incorporates the black women leaders of Black Lives Matter; contemporary black feminist political stars like Rep. Maxine Waters and Senator Kamala Harris; and the transformative influence of black feminist political strategy and principles in mainstream U.S. politics, especially in the 2016 U.S. election. The text also deepens earlier editions’ consideration of sexuality and gender identity in black feminist politics and explores the role of digital organizing and social media in setting the terms of contemporary political struggles. A must-read for scholars in Political Science, American Studies, Africana Studies, History, and Gender/Feminist/Women’s Studies, Black Feminist Politics from Kennedy to Trump also breaks down the complexity of contemporary politics for an everyday reader eager to understand how black women have been defining leadership and politics since the mid-century.
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ACRP 2021 annual report of progress
TRB ACRP 2021
Use of social media by Minnesota cities and counties
JK468.A8 U83 2011
2021 report on Minnesota Council on Transportation Access
HE309.M6 M555 2021
MINNESOTA STATE GOVERNMENT
Parking generation manual
HE336.P37 P38 2019
RIGHT OF WAY
Cadastral and right of way data sharing
HE355.8 .C34 2010
Decision tree for unpaving roads
TE228.5 .D43 2010
Effects of 24-Hour headlight use on traffic safety
TL273 .E44 2010
Trip generation manual
HE370.O75 B79 2021
FY2021 Research at-a-glance
HE192.55.M6 M565 2021
TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH BOARD
FY 2021 Local Road Research Board at-a-glance
HE192.55.M6 L77 2021
Small MPO funding
HE308 .B43 2011
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