Daisy Bates helped the Little Rock Nine when they wanted to enroll at Little Rock Central High in 1957 and stayed active as a publisher and worked against poverty.
Let’s honor her and other women of color and their struggles, instead of seeing the racism they experience as competition for feminism.
If women want to reach equality, you can’t point your right index finger at men and wave away the concerns of women of color with the left hand.
They will wave both hands right back at us in a dismissive gesture, instead of joining them together. And can you really blame them?

Daisy Bates helped the Little Rock Nine when they wanted to enroll at Little Rock Central High in 1957 and stayed active as a publisher and worked against poverty.

Let’s honor her and other women of color and their struggles, instead of seeing the racism they experience as competition for feminism.

If women want to reach equality, you can’t point your right index finger at men and wave away the concerns of women of color with the left hand.

They will wave both hands right back at us in a dismissive gesture, instead of joining them together. And can you really blame them?

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