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Their Eyes Were Watching God and the Revolution of Black Women
It did not pay to be a woman during the Harlem Renaissance. Women’s work was seen as inferior and the women themselves were often under-valued and deemed worthless, meant only to be controlled by the patriarchal society. ...
Veiling and Vampirism: Imperialism and Resistance in A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night
After witnessing the rise of militant Islamophobia, I thought it necessary to offer a perspective that disrupted the norm that has become virulent in Western society—demonization of the “Other.” Therefore, I decided to ...