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Black Feminism in the 1980s

How did black women redefined their feminist identity in the 1980s?

The 1980s brought about a period of questioning and re-evaluation of feminist thinking and assumptions. Rahila Gupta, writer and member of Southall Black Sisters, and Suzanne Scafe, now at South Bank University and previously involved with OWAAD (Organisation of Women of African and Asian Descent)will lead this discussion on how black women redefined their feminist identity.


Rahila Gupta | talks
Suzanne Scafe | talks


Date and Time:

3 March 2005 at 6:30 pm


1 hour



The Women's Library
London Metropolitan University
Old Castle Street
E1 7NT
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Wish to hear Scafe's lecture

Posted at 1:00 AM on 10 October, 2006 by Anonymous


I live in the US.

Is there a way I could listen online to Suzanne Scafe's lecture from March '05 on feminism in the '80s?

Thank you,


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