Does the World Care About Young, Black Girls?

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Social activist and feminist writer bell hooks reflects on why the world isn’t more outraged by the kidnapping of hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls, and what it means when young girls become the battlefield for larger political struggles.

Keith Wayne Brown‘s insight:

From Nebraska to Nigeria, bell hooks says society lacks a broader conversation about female enslavement.

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